June 11, 2009 at 3:14 pm
Lengda announced another netbook at Computex that followed on from the 10.2” stainless steel Lengda X10K and 11.1” CULV-based M11A netbook that we’ve already seen. The Lengda X10S is a cheaper model than the above two, but certainly has some interesting features of its own.
It’s quite an attractive, slender netbook with a 10.2” (1024 x 600) matte display and comes with a faux-chrome effect on the side and a chiclet keyboard. The specs don’t differ too much from your usual netbook, you’ll find a 1.6GHz N270 Atom CPU, 1GB RAM and a 160GB HDD under the hood. You’ll also find three USB ports, a couple of audio jacks, VGA, Ethernet and even a switch to turn wireless on and off.
It is a light netbook at 1.15kg but it’s not known what type of battery that comes with it. Whilst the X10S comes with a glossy lid finish, you are able to swap lid covers if you don’t fancy that particular colour! Netbooknews found that the chiclet keyboard was comfortable to type on, despite the layout of keys feeling somewhat small. There was no bending on the keyboard and the touchpad was quite large for a 10-inch netbook. Check out the hands-on video after the break.