Lenovo this week unveiled a netbook PC designed to be the primary mobile PC for K-12 students and a "secondary device" for college students, Network World reports. Netbooks are smaller, lighter, and much less expensive than full-blown notebook PCs. The Lenovo IdeaPad S10e gives institutions the option of using the latest version of Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop instead of Windows XP or XP Pro2, and the opportunity to dress the slate-gray finish in the school's official colors. Lenovo also offers packages of educational applications, including software from Adobe and VitalSource Technologies. Warranties can extend to three years, but school...

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