Lenovo Skylight smartbookAt CES 2010, Brian Tong shows us the Lenovo Skylight smartbook.
[ music ] ^M00:00:03 >> Hey guys! Brian Tong here at CES 2010. And in my hand is a Lenovo Idea Pad. This is called the Sylight, and it's in their class of what they consider a smartbook. So what they have on here is their on UI on top of TunderSoft Linux. This is running in a Snapdragon ARM based processor. It's gonna have 3G. It's gonna have WIFI. It also has 8 gigs of internal source. And then if you look here, this is an additional dongle that you can actually pull off. It can either be memory, like additional 4 gigs, or they can take this and customize it to make it a different type of connection or a dongle, a web cam, whatever you want to connect to this USB port. It can be similar to kind of what your smartphone has, but now in a compact laptop design. They hope to pair it with a carrier, so that you can have a subsidized price that will be cheaper. But if you wanted to purchase it stand alone, they're saying the price will be around $499. It gets 10 hours of batter life. So this is an exciting new product from Lenovo. I'm Brian Tong from CES 2010. ^E00:00:58