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Lenovo announces through a short video clip its new 11.6-inch IdeaPad S206, which brings a lot of good ideas and looks relatively affordable. At $349, with an AMD currently unknown, the S206 has a lot of strengths but also some flaws rather difficult to understand.
Scheduled to be shipped in June, at least in the U.S., the Lenovo Ideapad S206 seems to be a good compromise between its format and its services: A screen with a diagonal of 11.6″, a display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 and unfortunately glossy, it has a Chiclet keyboard that seems well built, a large touchpad, 3 USB ports (specifications of these ports are unknown yet), an SDHC card reader, a 3.5mm port, headphone and microphone combination and a webcam. No Ethernet port? It is not visible in the video anyway.
Finally, the portable computer is 20.7 mm thick and should be the size of a typical 11.6″. The battery life is not huge: Lenovo talks about 4 hours of battery, really a shame not to have offered better battery life. Is this because of the use of a small battery or AMD chip selected (AMD E-450 or C-60)? Another source of confusion, the shiny housing which will likely be covered with fingerprints.
The previous model, the IdeaPad S205 with AMD E-350 and then E-450 with the same type of display was eventually sold €330 for 4GB RAM and 500GB hard-drive, the same size and the same resolution but with an HDMI connector and 5 hours of battery life announced. This S206 version is thinner but less equipped for a priori the same rate. Will have to see if the general public will follow this path from Lenovo.