Lenovo’s Ideapad S205 hits the FCC with AT&T “4G” data


Lenovo unveiled its AMD-powered Ideapoad S205 notebook at CES this year.  The device features a dual-core AMD E-350 CPU, 11.6” (1366 x 768) screen, up to 8GB of RAM, 750GB hard drive, Bluetooth, WiFi and HDMI out.  Today, the S205 made an appearance on FCC with a Huawei data card that will enable 4G data on the device.

The S205 won FCC approval for GSM 850, 1900, and WCDMA bands II and V.  The device will support AT&T’s 4G HSPA+ network, although its questionable whether AT&T’s HSPA+ network can really be called “4G.”

The S205 is expected to launch in March for $329 $500+ (thanks bradlinder).  Today’s FCC filing suggests the device is right on schedule, and we’d expect to see it on store shelves soon.



One Response to Lenovo’s Ideapad S205 hits the FCC with AT&T “4G” data

  • bradlinder:

    Actually, the S205 is expected to retail for $499 and up. I think you might be mixing it up with the S100 netbook.

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