Lenovo (the world’s fourth largest PC maker) and AT&T have announced the upcoming availability of Lenovo Skylight, presented as “the first ARM-based processor smartbook device based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset platform.”
The Skylight has a sleek design and comes with many nice features for a smartbook, including: 3G, Wi-Fi, a 10-inch HD display, a “unique custom interface”, Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, lots of “web gadgets” like Amazon MP3 and Roxio CinemaNow, 20GB of storage space, and additional 2GB of could storage.
The new Lenovo smartbook also offers more than 10 hours of active battery lifetime.
As you can see in the video presentation below, the Lenovo Skylight smartbook is really thin and small:
AT&T will sell the Lenovo Skylight in two color versions – lotus blue and earth red – starting April, for $499 free of contract (and most probably for less on contract). The smartbook will also be available in Europe and China “later this year”.
Via Press release
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