Lenovo skylight smartbook is the next generation of the netbooks. The smartbook is very slim and offers at least 10 hours of battery time. Along with that it has a sim slot, so you can actually use the network on it. It is based on low powered ARM processor of 1 GHz. The unique thing about the skylight smartbook is its design. It looks pretty slim and has a removable storage in to form of a USB flash drive. You can put any flash stick and use it as your storage device.
The keyboard is more spacious as compared to a netbook. It is capable of HD playback with a resolution of 1278×720 pixels (720p). Let’s see the specs and features combined:
- Processor: ARM 1 GHz
- Operating System: Linux
- Display: 10.1 inch with 1278×720 resolution
- Battery time: 10 hours
- 2 USB ports, 1 Micro SDHC
- 1 Multimedia card slot (SD, SDHC, MMC)
- HDMI connector, headset jack
- SIM slot, 3G, WiFi
- 1.3-megapixel webcam
- Weight: less than 2 lbs.
The smartbook is very sleek but it’s prices at $499 which is a little too expensive for at-the-end-a-netbook. A part from design the main extra feature is SIM slot that is missing in other netbooks. However, it’ll be priced less when come subsidized with AT&T. Lenovo claims that this device is more than a netbook, it’s all-in-one and your best friend. See the video below.