Lenovo Netbook for Under $200

Lenovo Ideapad s10e Netbook

OnSale has an awesome Black Friday deal and they’ve extended it for two more days:

List Price : $309.99
New Price: $249.99
Rebate(s): $50.00 (20%)
Savings: $110 (35%)
Final Price: $199.99

Lenovo IdeaPad S10E (4187XB5) Netbook RF (4187XB5) – Just $199 After Rebate.

This sleek minilaptop has a 10.1 inch screen, webcam, Atom Processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and Windows XP. It’s thin and light and has the Lenovo quality you can depend on. With its 85% keyboard and a standard two button touchpad and XP OS, you’ll have no trouble making this laptop your travel companion. Take this minilaptop on the road and connect it via its VGA output for presentations, take it on vacation without worrying about size or weight. It’s a netbook under $200 with great specs, design, and durability! Upgrade and warranty options available. See OnSale for full details.

Here’s the official link: Lenovo IdeaPad S10E Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz Netbook – Refurbished ONLY $199.99 (was $309.99) after rebate.

Detailed Specifications Below:

Processor Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz 512 Cache
Hard Drive 160 GB SATA 5400 RPM SATA 1.5GB/s
RAM standard 1 GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM (upgradeable to 1.5GB) (2 x 512MB standard)
Networking Integrated Fast Ethernet, Wireless, No Bluetooth
Display 10.1 inch WSVGA (1024 x 576) LED backlight
Graphics processor Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (GMA 950)
Battery Lithium Ion, 3 Cell, 3 hour life
OS Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Weight 3.09 lbs
Dimensions 9.8 x 1.4 x 7.7 inches
Ports Two USB 2.0, external monitor (VGA DB-15), ethernet (RJ-45)
Warranty 90 days Limited Parts and Labor, upgrades available

Visit OnSale for full specs, warranty choices, and shipping options.


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2 Responses to “Lenovo Netbook for Under $200”

  1. Does this netbook have microsoft word please type back quick thANKS

  2. I’m guessing probably not. However, you can always use OpenOffice, which like the regular MS Office Suite, except that it’s open source, free, and has normal drop-down menus. I started using it a few years back, when I needed a more powerful version of Excel. Since then, more people started using it to escape the picture menus of the latest MS versions.

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