Lenovo claims its upcoming Q100/Q110 nettops are "some of the thinnest in the world." We'll wait and see, but I like that etched motif. Meanwhile, we know more about the D400 Windows Home server because it's already available in Asia.

The picture above shows the D400 has four hot-swappable drive bays, and what little English there is on its Chinese site mentions 1 eSATA and 5 USB ports. We'll let you know when Lenovo coughs up U.S. pricing in the next week.

The company has had a bunch of new gear of late, including the IdeaCentre C100 All-in-One and IdeaCentre Q700 HTPC. [Lenovo (Twitter page) via Engadget]