Lenovo introduces the Skylight, the first smartbook based on Qualcomm SnapDragon chipset platform. The sleek, slim Skylight is boosted by the 1GHz SnapDragon processor and has 20GB flash storag and 2GB cloud storage. It has a 10-inch 1280×720 display and full-size keyboard.
The Lenovo Skylight supports both WiFi and 3G connectivity and will connect with AT&T’s 3G mobile network. It has a 8GB miniSD card slot, two USB ports and a 1.3 Megapixel camera and its battery allows up to 10 hours of use. The smartbook runs Lenovo’s customized Skylight Linux UI, like the U1 Hybrid.
The Lenovo Skylight will be available starting in April in the U.S for $499. It will also be released in China and Europe market later this year.