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S Series netbooks awards
 
 
award 4 out of 5 stars
IdeaPad S205
Leaving PC World, August 2011
award 3 out of 5 stars
IdeaPad S205
Leaving Laptop Magazine, July 2011

3 out of 5 stars
IdeaPad S10-3t
Leaving Laptop Magazine, March 2010
award 3 1/2 out of 5 stars
IdeaPad S205
Leaving PC Magazine, August 2011
award 6.8/10
IdeaPad S205
Leaving Computer Shopper, August 2011
  
Press quotes
"...a solid feature set...the S205 has enough oomph to serve as your primary laptop."
Leaving PC Magazine, August 2011
"The Lenovo IdeaPad S205 has a gorgeous display and strong 3D graphics performance...offers good performance and graphics..."
Leaving Computer Shopper, August 2011
"With its large hard drive and stylish design, the IdeaPad S205 offers a consumer-focused (but equally appealing) alternative to the excellent ThinkPad X120e."
Leaving PC World, August 2011
"...[the S10-3t is] fairly light for a convertible, offers accurate touch input, and it has a comfortable keyboard."
Leaving Laptop Magazine, August 2011
"In the low-cost ultraportable space, the Lenovo IdeaPad S205 is a solid middle-of-the-road pick."
Leaving Laptop Magazine, July 2011

Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t: The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t is a netbook and a 10.1-inch tablet that supports both multitouch and pen input, and it's also the least expensive device on this list. Lenovo is also very good at allowing customers to customize their devices, and a maxed out unit with Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit and an Intel 1.83GHz Atom N470 should run around $600. It doesn't ship with a stylus, so that adds a couple bucks to the total cost.”

Leaving Tablet PC Review, August 2010
“The S10-3t ("t" is for touch) is the latest iteration of the S10 netbook, and it's also one of the first IdeaPad machines to incorporate Intel's newest Atom processor. [...] The design here has also been stepped way up, with gorgeous (and funky) overlays splattered about and a swivel display that can pivot 180-degrees in either direction or be flipped entirely [...to] become a full-on tablet with just a swing and a click.”
Leaving Hot Hardware, April 2010
“The S10-3t ("t" is for touch) is the latest iteration of the S10 netbook, and it's also one of the first IdeaPad machines to incorporate Intel's newest Atom processor. [...] The design here has also been stepped way up, with gorgeous (and funky) overlays splattered about and a swivel display that can pivot 180-degrees in either direction or be flipped entirely [...to] become a full-on tablet with just a swing and a click.”
Leaving Hot Hardware, April 2010
“For a netbook the .79-inch S10-3t is actually rather trim, and it's noticeably narrower than other 10-inch systems. One of the biggest benefits of the convertible form factor is having access to a full size, physical keyboard...”
Leaving engadget, March 2010
“...for the price, the [S10-3t] offers a decent amount...”
Leaving SlashGear, March 2010