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The Lenovo Skylight is the first ARM processor smartbook based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset platform with built-in WiFi and 3G connectivity. The super thin and stylish device with a 10" HD screen weighs under 2 lbs and offers 10 hours of battery life. It comes with 20GB flash and 2GB cloud storage.
The Skylight smartbook runs a Linux based operating system with a custom user interface made of live Web gadgets. Initially there will be 18 such gadgets for quick access to Gmail, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Amazon MP3, Google Maps, and more.
The folks at Engadget already got their hands on the Lenovo Skylight and created a video with first impressions that you can watch below.
The Lenovo Skylight will be available as of April 2010 in the U.S. For further information see Lenovo's press release.