Lenovo Launch Eee PC Rival

"New IdeaPad range to compete in low cost laptop market."

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Lenovo Launch Eee PC Rival

Lenovo is looking to reply to the success of the Asus Eee PC with a range of new low cost laptops. With two models, the IdeaPad S9 & S10, they will be marketed towards the consumer and small business user. Equipped with the Intel Atom processor and choice of 160GB traditional or a 4GB solid state hard drive, the S9 carries an 8.9 inch screen and 512 MB of RAM while the S10 has a 10.2 inch screen and features 1GB of RAM.

Both cards will have Wi-Fi as standard and optional Bluetooth connectivity. They will also have an Express Card slot to allow for high speed mobile broadband. An integrated webcam will also feature. Although the IdeaPad lacks some of the features found on the Eee PC, Lenovo are aiming to compete on the cost factor.

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01-08-2008, 16:50:04

w3bbo
"We take the Sapphire HD4870 512mb GDDR5 for a ride and pitch it up against its nearest rivals. in the latest review of ATI's flagship model."

[IMG]http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/articles/2008/08/01214806338s.jpg[/IMG]

Read all about it HERE

01-08-2008, 19:01:11

Hassan
Did u review that? Coz it was damn good!

However I thought that the 4870 was meant to outperform the gtx280

01-08-2008, 19:16:09

Bungral
Naaaaa man it matches the 260 mostly.

Obviously varies on the odd game.

01-08-2008, 19:53:40

Brooksie
Good review, seems like a good card, nice to see it still performing well at high res and AA, as you said in the review it didn't cripple as the 3870 did. ;)

02-08-2008, 04:21:19

Luigi

Did u review that? Coz it was damn good!

However I thought that the 4870 was meant to outperform the gtx280



Webbo's been reviewing for a while :)

Nice review once again, Looks like a damn nice card.

02-08-2008, 08:27:58

w3bbo

Webbo's been reviewing for a while :)

Nice review once again, Looks like a damn nice card.



Cheers m8.

02-08-2008, 08:42:47

Hassan
So the big question is what will you people buy?

The nVidia or the ATi

02-08-2008, 20:54:27

pafk0o
At this moment we want to have nvidia but we will buy ATI, 3 reasons for it : cheap price , good performance and stability.First and last one is what nvidia must work on ;] at least last one cause i dont think that nvidias cards will be at same price as ATI ever:)

I know that i`m mouning from few weeks about nvidias product but i have a major problem with my system going on SLI(or even without), after googling a bit and going thru different forums i have found many,many other ppl having same or similiar issues.
Sad but true.

03-08-2008, 13:22:38

w3bbo
I don't normally have a preference but NVidia, I usually go with whats best at the time which normally means NVidia. ATI however, are catching up pretty fast.
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