Snapdragon powered Lenovo Skylight bound for AT&T at $4993
Although it won’t pack on Windows XP or 7, its user interface approach looks to be a bit more simplified and provides “web gadgets” to Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, and various programs. We wouldn’t suggest saving all your multimedia files on its paltry 20GB of storage space – it’s supplemented with 2GB of cloud storage as well. You can leave your charger at home if thanks to its touted 10 hour battery life – placing it in contention with other similar netbooks. All of this can be yours through AT&T for $499 with no contract; expect pricing to be lower once subsidies are in place. Is it a gamble on AT&T’s part to offer this smartbook as part of their lineup? Yeah we think so, but hopefully it’ll garner some backing and really find its niche in the consumer market.
source: Lenovo via Unwired View