Lenovo S21E is the latest ultrabook like 11.6 inch ultraportable that has just gone on sale on the USA for less than 300 dollars. This makes it a direct competitor to the Acer Aspire E11 and HP Stream 11. Its design is very similar to the one found on the Lenovo N20 chromebook which in fact as quite identical specs to the new one too.
Lenovo S21E specifications include dual-core Intel Celeron N2840 (Bay Trail) processor clocked at 2.16GHz with 2GB of RAM DDR3L and 32 / 64GB eMMC flash storage. These specifications are perfectly fine for such cheap ultra portable tablets.
The chassis measures 295 x 212 x18.9 mm, weighs 1.15kg chiefly due to the small 23Wh battery that goes on and on for 5 hours. The housing also integrates a micro HDMI port, one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0, as well as a microSD card slot , WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0. To make the Lenovo S21e laptop more appealing to students and businessmen, you get a free one year of Microsoft Office subscription as well. Another feature that makes this ultraportable more appealing than its competitors is its Accutype keyboard, something Lenovo is very proud of. This will be the main selling point of it.
64GB model will retail for $219 while the 32GB variant will cost $200.