Giveaway from CES: Win a Lenovo IdeaPad u260

Here at CES Lenovo is announcing some really cool products for consumers and business users with new AMD Fusion APUs and Intel Sandy Bridge processors. They even have a laptop that boots faster than a MacBook Air.

Lenovo is the official sponsor of Notebooks.com and GottaBeMobile at CES and has provided us with two of their Lenovo IdeaPad u260 12.5″ laptops to give away to our readers. This new IdeaPad laptop came out last month and we are impressed with the look and feel of the unit which has a Core i5 processor.

We are giving away one of the IdeaPad u260s at Notebooks.com and one at GottaBeMobile so you have multiple chances to win.

How to Win:

To enter, check out all of the Lenovo CES 2011 announcements and leave a comment below telling us which Lenovo laptop you’d buy as your primary mobile laptop. You can also enter at Notebooks.com by leaving a comment about what you like best!

For another chance to win, tweet the product name you want to @notebookscom and @lenovo with the hashtag #winu260.

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Sample Tweet: “I can’t wait to get the Lenovo s205 @Lenovo @Notebookscom Enter for your chance to #winu260 http://notebooks.com/go/winu260″

Be sure that you’re following @Lenovo and @Notebookscom as we will be sending a direct message to winners.

The details:

Open to U.S. residents over the age of 18 only. Please check your local laws and regulations before entering. Winners will be chosen on Friday January 14th at Midnight PST and notified via email or a Twitter DM.

Comments

    • Anonymous says

      I also would like a Lenovo Ideapad U1 Hybrid, but I’m wondering if the battery life is sufficient. The tablet portion would be my preferred way to “consume” content such as e-books, video and pictures on-the-go while the laptop part would be great for content creation. If, however, the battery life is not good (i.e., < 5 hours) and the notebook couldn't handle moderate graphics editing or video conversion, then I would prefer the Thinkpad 120e as a better workhorse computer for travel.

  1. Anthony Larson says

    I really like the x120e. I think that it would be perfect for my needs for portability and for quality. I love the thinkpad name, I have owned 3 Thinkpads starting with the T41 and they have always impressed me with their quality.

    Only real question is why have a touchpad at all? the red stick is so much easier to use, and the touch pad is too small to be very useful.

  2. Bessamy says

    I want the Lenovo IdeaPad S205 because it is so petite and I love the color! It just rocks! Thanks for the chance! =)

  3. Tanya says

    I would like to have the IdeaPad S100 netbook for my daily computer use Thanks for the giveaway
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

  4. Tanya says

    I would like to have the IdeaPad S100 netbook for my daily computer use Thanks for the giveaway
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

  5. Kenrick says

    I’m most intrigued by the IdeaPad Slate – small form factor, still supports Windows apps, and active digitizer for inking!

  6. Anthony Bertram says

    I would love the u260 as I entered here:http://twitter.com/AnthonyBertram/statuses/23725597150674944 and would really love to have a ThinkPad W701ds As My hp dv9810us did a good job in Iraq and Afghanistan until the 148 degree weather this past summer took it out so having this Laptop, would make it so much easier traveling back and forth to Afghanistan and using it as a trainer for those soldiers who waant to learn some of the great software that is on the market, like ms access or excell.

    • David says

      You’re wanting to use a W701ds to show how to use Access and Excel? Uhh, that’s a little like using a howitzer to train on how to shoot quail.

  7. Sam says

    I liked Lenovo IdeaPad U260 most so i buy anyone then i will buy this one. All others are also good but this laptop got my attention easily. Later when i went to read specification of this laptop then i realized this not only looks good but comes with orthodox power and fast boot time. I am sure if i have this notebook i will have look as well as power in my laptop which can easily grab other person’s attention too.

  8. Thedougbrownfamily says

    I like the promise of the slate using windows 7. I would use it primarily with ms one note.

  9. Najumddin says

    For buying my choice would be Lenovo ThinkPad x120e. It has everything what i want portability, power , affordable.

  10. Csrgtr414 says

    I would absolutely love the new Lenovo IdeaPad U260 and it is only 3.1 lbs. It would be so versatile and easy to use on the go!!! The incredible power, and amazing look is phenomenal. I could only be so lucky to posses a laptop like this!!!

  11. Pratyush says

    I would like to buy first Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220S notebook first. I liked look and feel of this notebook most. Good luck to everyone.

  12. Sireesha says

    I would go for Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420S 14 among all Lenovo notebook announced on CES-2011.

  13. Sireesha says

    I would go for Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420S 14 among all Lenovo notebook announced on CES-2011.

  14. Bo Lively says

    I would purchase the IdeaPad U260 for various reasons.

    1. Love Lenovo, hated selling my tablet to fund my last semester at school.
    2. Just started a job that requires a long commute, I need a mobile computer.
    3. The price point of $999 is exactly around the amount I would want to spend.
    4. I eat 5 lbs of Clementines a week, this makes it a perfect fit.

  15. Anonymous says

    I would love the IdeaPad for my primary computer, it looks so cool to me!
    Thank you. iloveegypt602 at yahoo dot com

  16. David says

    I’d love to have the X120e. There’s a reason it’s already won a CES award: nothing else has the build quality, the keyboard, the trackpoint, and now the new APU features and HDMI of the X120e, and certainly not at this ultraportable size and price point. This is the laptop for those of us who want a good-quality device with enough power to be a primary computer; that is also as portable as a netbook, and won’t cost us an arm and a leg. Bravo, Lenovo!

    In fact, rather than the u260, can I just win 2 X120e’s? It amounts to the same price.

  17. Yogh says

    Would definitely get the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid. Combining my primary laptop with a device I can use more easily when I don’t need the grunt and full OS would be great!

  18. Deepak says

    I would get either Lenovo IdeaPad U260 or Lenovo IdeaPad U1 hybrid. I hope i win and can get my hands on this beauty.

  19. Kshitij says

    I’d buy Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E2202 laptop. Lenovo ThinkPad always gets my attention. One of most durable laptops.

  20. keif says

    the u260 has the best aesthetics but lacks performance. for an ultraportable laptop of the same size as many vaio (s or z series), dell (adamo) and toshiba laptops, it lags behind in performance even though it came out with “newer” technology. even the lowest configuration of any of those mentioned laptops will outperform the currently highest config of the u260

    Read more: http://notebooks.com/2011/01/07/giveaway-from-ces-win-a-lenovo-ideapad-u260/#ixzz1AePuZ8y3

  21. Neroraptor says

    Would love to buy Lenovo IdeaPad U260. I just saw hands on video on notebooks site and some other site too. I just loved it. I never own Lenovo lap[top before this would be great opportunity to have this. Thanks for this contest. I hope i win

  22. Anonymous says

    I would love the Lenovo IdeaPad u260! The brown and clementine colors are both gorgeous and the features are everything I’m looking for in a notebook.

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