Other than the IdeaCentre Q700, Lenovo adds to the Q-series two new nettops, the Q100 and Q110 with a thin and light design and are the world’s thinnest nettops. Basically, the Q100/Q110 are based on the Pegatron Cape 7, which is also being rebranded as Medion Akoya Mini E2076 D, EMTEC G Box and Ruvo MiniCap 7
Both of them get Intel’s Atom 230 processor, 1GB/2GB of memory and 160GB/250GB hard drive. The Q100 will pack onboard graphics with just VGA video out and runs Windows XP while the Q110 is equipped with NVIDIA Ion graphics processor and offers HDMI output. The latter runs Windows Vista (why not 7)? They support WiFi connectivity.
Lenovo’s IdeaCentre Q100/Q110 measure just 6- x 6.3- x 0.7-inches. Q100 will be priced at $249 and the Ion-equipped Q110 at $349. They will be available at Lenovo online shop in September.