Lenovo has rolled out a new Nettop PC called IdeaCentre Q150 that looks very glossy and fingerprint friendly. The Nettop is powered by either Intel Atom Single-Core D410 or Dual-core D510 processor. For graphic performance, Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150 nettop has two option, where you can choose to get the default Intel GMA 3150 or NVIDIA GeForce 9400M ION graphic chipset for a little bit more power.
Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150 is WiFi Ready, has 4 ports of USB 2.0, and one HDMI output. Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150 also coming with a wireless QWERTY keyboard that has an integrated tracker ball. The buttons is pretty small so perhaps fat fingers would want to have a full size keyboard instead. The Nettop system will be coming wht Windows 7 Home OS, and should be available next month for $249 only (basic rigs).
[via Crunch Gear]