Lenovo IdeaPad is being offered by Sprint (NYSE:S) at a price tag of $200. However this price tag will require users to sign up for a two-year contract. The Lenovo IdeaPad netbook offered by Sprint will also feature an integrated 4G WiMax network support. The $200 price tag of the Lenovo (HKG:0992)netbook also includes a mail-in rebate of $100 that is given through a reward card.
Users who may wish to purchase the Lenovo IdeaPad of Sprint can visit the physical store outlets of the service provider or its online retail outlet. A number of features will be available for potential users who would decide to purchase the Lenovo IdeaPad from Sprint
The Lenovo IdeaPad of Sprint comes with a 1.33GHz dual-core processor, 11.6-inch HD LED screen display with a resolution of 1366 by 768, 2GB RAM, 250GB hard drive and a number of other features. The netbook will also come with the Home Premium version of the Windows 7 operating system and has a battery life of around five hours.
The features offered by the Lenovo IdeaPad of Sprint makes the $200 price tag reasonable although the other details in the contract may not make the netbook appealing to some potential users. The two-year contract that will be required for the $200 price tag of the netbook will indicate that users will have to fork out monthly fees for the data charges included in the contract.
Some observers have also raised some questions on the user of WiMax for the netbook even though Sprint has been a supporter of WimMax. However the carrier also knows that LTE is the better network as indicated by the upcoming setting up of its own 4G LTE network in the coming year.
Due to this some observers are not sure if the price tag and features of the Lenovo IdeaPad will be enough to attract potential buyers of the netbook.