Lenovo introduced the IdeaPad S10-2, a slightly updated version of its S10 netbook. The basic version features the Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz CPU, 1GB DDR2 and 160GB HDD for $349.99. For $50 more you get a version with integrated Ericsson 3G connectivity, but those models won't be available until sometime summer.
Among the most notable changes on the S10-2 are a new cover design (white, black, pink or grey), a slightly slimmer (4mm) and lighter (0.2kg) chassis and a keyboard which is marginally larger (89% full-size) than the regular S10. Specifically, the whole gamut of keys are receiving a size boost, while the right Shift key is also enlarged. Thankfully, Lenovo also saw fit to enlarge the touchpad, which we seriously hope other outfits pay attention to and follow after. The new units include QuickStart, VeriFace, and the OneKey Rescue software, and there's also a third USB 2.0 port thrown in.