Combining AMD's excellent ultraportable Fusion platform with Lenovo's consumer-friendly IdeaPad designs, the S205 is a solid, if unexciting 11-inch laptop ideal for on-the-go websurfing.
Combining AMD's excellent ultraportable Fusion platform with Lenovo's consumer-friendly IdeaPad designs, the S205 is a solid, if unexciting, 11-inch laptop ideal for on-the-go Web surfing.
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The 11.6-inch and 10.1-inch Lenovo IdeaPad S205 and S100 are, in effect, a story of where all ultraportables are headed.
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Lenovo's updated 10- and 11-inch ultraportable IdeaPads feature very slim profiles.
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Toshiba's holiday update of one of our favorite laptops, the sleek blue WiDi-enabled Satellite E205, adds Nvidia graphics and a WiMax antenna to the mix.
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