A new Lenovo notebook packing a multitouch-capable display has been spotted at the FCC, though right now we've only this image of the laptop's underside to go from. The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t - according to Digitech - will have a rotating convertible 10.1-inch touchscreen and use Intel's latest Pine Trail Atom processors.
There'll also be the usual collection of wireless radios, including WiFi, 3G and GPS, and have a 100-percent sized QWERTY keyboard. OS is Windows 7, unsurprisingly, and we're expecting to see Lenovo's SimpleTap customizable on-screen interface as on the ThinkPad X200.
No word on release dates, but the IdeaPad S10-3t will likely show up at CES in January with a launch early in the new year. It'll also be joined by the S10-3, a non-touchscreen version without the convertible display but using the newer Pine Trail Atom processors.