"Powered by a 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the Skylight uses Lenovo's own 'web-optimised' interface," according to The H Open Source. "Users are presented with six 'web gadgets' in the simplified, gadget-based user interface displayed on the 1280 by 720 resolution display. Underneath the gadget based UI is a Lenovo customised version of Linux."
"Weighing in at under two pounds, the Skylight includes 20 GB of standard flash based storage — about 14 GB of which will be free — and Lenovo reckons that it will have over 10 hours of active battery life," writes The Inquirer's Ian Williams. "Owners will also get 2 GB of cloud storage thrown in as well."
"The Skylight will be available in the United States in April; it will go on sale in Europe and China later this year," writes Technorati's Jeremiah Bourque.