Lenovo released a new nettop today, but they've got bigger and better plans for their latest creation that might be worth waiting for.
It's fair to say that everyone would've loved it if the last remote for the Sonos wireless media systems, the $400 C100, had a touchscreen. It didn't. Years later, the CR200 does, but it might be a bit late.
The Lenovo C100 is powerful, but apparently not powerful enough for the reviewers over at BIOSMagazine. Some of the first examples of Lenovo's non-Thinkpad strategy, the C100 is a hefty beast with some unusual, and unfortunately ugly, design touches including orange plastic CD buttons.
Big news from Lenovo/IBM. They just launched the C100 Available and expect the V100 Ultraportable and N100 Widescreen to be available later this year. C100 will sell for a surprising $599 and weighs about 6 pounds. The N100 is a widescreen model and the V100 has a 12-inch screen and is the baby of the bunch. All of…