By Joel Johnson at 10:15 am Mon, May 25, 2009
Pricing starts at $449, and the S12 goes on sale in July. Ion, however, won't make its way to production units until an unspecified "late summer" date, and it'll cost a $50 premium over the standard, Intel-based solution.
More importantly, where does this fall on the Hackintosh compatibility chart?
who needs MACOS while you have Windows7 ?
@#2: Who needs teeth when you have a blender?
Wow . . . it uses Ion Drive? What’s the specific impulse?
Impressive but will be doomed by apple pc tablet next year. http://www.itcenter.vn/bv/phan-cung/pc/apple-dung-la-dang-phat-trien-chiec-pc-tablet/6790/
“Update: Argh! Lenovo has been in touch to tell us the European version of the S12 will not have the option of Nvidia Ion graphics. Negating the whole point of the thing. The Ion-less S12 will retail in the UK for Â£349.” from http://crave.cnet.co.uk/laptops/0,39029450,49302360,00.htm
WTF is the point of that? I’ll be getting a US one and a power adapter, then.
@6 You’re an idiot.
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