Lenovo Skylight Smartbook is really Smart

By | January 10th, 2010



Lenovo skylight smartbook is the next generation of the netbooks. The smartbook is very slim and offers at least 10 hours of battery time. Along with that it has a sim slot, so you can actually use the network on it. It is based on low powered ARM processor of 1 GHz. The unique thing about the skylight smartbook is its design. It looks pretty slim and has a removable storage in to form of a USB flash drive. You can put any flash stick and use it as your storage device.

lenovo skylight smartbook Lenovo Skylight Smartbook is really Smart

The keyboard is more spacious as compared to a netbook. It is capable of HD playback with a resolution of 1278×720 pixels (720p). Let’s see the specs and features combined:

  • Processor: ARM 1 GHz
  • Operating System: Linux
  • Display: 10.1 inch with 1278×720 resolution
  • Battery time: 10 hours
  • 2 USB ports, 1 Micro SDHC
  • 1 Multimedia card slot (SD, SDHC, MMC)
  • HDMI connector, headset jack
  • SIM slot, 3G, WiFi
  • 1.3-megapixel webcam
  • Weight: less than 2 lbs.

The smartbook is very sleek but it’s prices at $499 which is a little too expensive for at-the-end-a-netbook. A part from design the main extra feature is SIM slot that is missing in other netbooks. However, it’ll be priced less when come subsidized with AT&T. Lenovo claims that this device is more than a netbook, it’s all-in-one and your best friend. See the video below.