Two 10.1 inch netbook with features Cedar Trail architecture based on Intel’s 32nm process (Sandy Bridge) technology is will be announced by Lenovo and Acer. Dubbed as Lenovo IdeaPad S110 and Acer Aspire One D270 netbook, both of them will be powered by Intel Atom N2600 dual-core processor with clock speed at 1.6GHz paired with 1GB of DDR3 memory, completed with integrated Intel Graphics cards and running on Windows 7 Starter Edition as the operating system.
Acer Aspire AOD270 and IdeaPad S110 is not has great configuration, but it enough for daily computing and perfect for small office or student. Both of them will be packs with 320GB hard disk drive which offer spacious of storage capacity and sporting 10.1-inch LED screen display plus HDMI port and VGA port to connect with external monitor or HDTV. Other specification includes USB port, 10/100 ethernet LAN and WiFi b/g/n to connect internet in Hot Spot area.
According to the rumors, Lenovo S110 netbook also comes with 98 percent of full-size keyboard, optional 3G HSDPA modem for higher configuration, 2MP 720p webcam for video calling and measures in 16mm thick plus weighing at 1.15kg. Aspire One D270 10.1 inch laptop is integrated with Intel GMA 3600 for graphics accelerator with support full 1080p playback and will be available in two models, AOD270 with 3 cell battery and AOD270 with 6 cell battery.
However, Lenovo or Acer yet officially introduce for both of machines, but they have appeared in couple of online retailers and ready for pre order now. Lenovo IdeaPad S110 netbook has price tag at $321.62 or about 248.5 EUR, while Acer Aspire One D270 netbook with three-cell battery has price tag at $324 or about 250 EUR and Aspire One D270 with six cell battery has price tag at $348 or about 269 EUR. We expected both of them will be introduced at CES 2012 two weeks again.