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Panasonic Let'snote S10


Panasonic has announced the sale of a multi-language Let'snote S10 mobile notebook at their official online shopping site “Panasonic Selection” at Rakuten Ichiba.

The Let'snote S10 (CF-S10TYUUP) combines the high performance, lightweight, long battery life, the highly rated 12.1-inch display, and an English layout keyboard. Utilizing Windows 7 Ultimate which is compatible with 35 languages including English and Japanese, Let’s Note S10 provides easy to use, multiple language environments to foreign residents in Japan.

The Let'snote S10 features 2.20GHz 2nd generation Intel Core i3-2330M Processor with high capacity 500GB HDD, and it weighs 1,180g with 8-hour battery life, is designed for all day use and very portable. With 4GB memory included, and with option to add 4GB memory expansion (up to 8GB max.), this high-spec notebook provides powerful support to business professionals working in Japan.

For details and purchasing of this computer, please visit “Panasonic Selection” at Rakuten Ichiba at

Purchase now and receive an additional 5x Rakuten points!

※The Let'snote S10 mobile notebook is intended for use in Japan. Shipping, repair and support services are only available in Japan.

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So an extra 60,000 yen for a US keyboard and an upgrade to Windows Ultimate? I'll have to pass on this deal.

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192,000 yen, no thanks. An upgrade to windows ultimate costs 13,000yen, a keyboard, 5000 yen, if that.

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Multi-lingual, yet still they manage to bugger-up the English with "Let's note"

Perhaps "Let's not" would be more appropriate...

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In fact, with a bit of 'hackery' you don't even need to upgrade to ultimate to change to English ( or any other language) UI version. But sure if the idea of replacing a few core system files with ones found on random internet web sites, 13,000 yen is not bad for some peace of mind. And the difference between a US and JP keyboard layout is not that big either. Mostly I just miss my 'Alt Gr' button.

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Another great product of the Chinese industry.

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btw it is not clear to me weather installed third party softpacks e.g. IS would work flawlessly when we switch to other language display.

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"Let's Not Pan(aso)nic !"

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The Let’snote S10 mobile notebook is intended for use in Japan.

I assumed that as soon as I saw its name.

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seriously just get a mac, it has all languages on its OS not like windows which has some crappy versions. cheaper? install linux

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That's right. Download Ubuntu Linux for free and have any/all languages you want. You can even try it out on your existing computer by burning a DVD and running it off that!

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i think panasonic laptops are fantastic, but they are absurdly over-priced. the other problem for us poor dumb gaijins: they never ever provide drivers in english, which would allow you to just erase the harddisk and install a clean english windows version, and install the laptop-specific drivers. the japanese keyboard is no problem for writing english. but panasonic is just too expensive and of no use to me if i can't change the operating system to english. you can do all this, for better quality, more power, super-light weight, half the price, with an asus zen.

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You can get a super lightweight Apple Air for less than half this price, with many more than 35 languages, including text-to-speech voices in Arabic, three different Chinese dialects, Czech, Danish, two varieties of Dutch, Finnish, two French dialects, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, two Portuguese dialects, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, two Spanish dialects, Swedish, Thai, and Turkish.

Stable, fast, and no need to worry about viruses.

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12.1-inch display?? netbooks are dead. Much rather get the better,cheaper Asus Transformer prime. The best android tablet device currently available( that can act like a net book if you want it to).

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