We're living in an age where touchscreen devices are gaining more and more mass appeal, especially in portable computers. Now that the iPad is out, people have embraced this gadget as a revolutionary change in the world of computing. Some are even seen typing long documents on its virtual keyboard. But what about people who not only want the frills of a touchscreen but also need a PC to perform simple tasks like copy-pasting a file to a flash drive? The concept of a touchscreen netbook was introduced by Asus some time back, though without as much success as its other Eee PCs. Today we see Lenovo try their hand at the same concept, with the Ideapad S10-3t. Let's see if the touchscreen is actually of any practical use.