Engadget got a chance to check out the new 12.5-inch laptop a few days ago, and came away seriously impressed with not only its contrasting black and brown aesthetic but its build quality.
The entire .7-inch thick frame feels solid and the curved keys, which are similar to those on the U160, are especially delightful.
But there is one thing missing in IdeaPad, the model we got to see didn't have the glass trackpad that we've heard about. Until we get to put the system's Core i3-380UM processor and 4GB of RAM to the test. Here is some hands on photos of Lenovo IdeaPad U260.