Very few of the emerging Pine Trail-based netbooks actually stand out, but an upcoming product from Lenovo offers something most rivals don't: a multi-touch display. Unearthed FCC documents suggest the company's IdeaPad S10-3t will feature a 10.1-inch rotating gesture-sensitive screen, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450, Wi-Fi, and at the very least, optional 3G and GPS.

Microsoft Windows 7 is also guaranteed to be present, but there are no details on the RAM, HDD and other specifications. The S10-3t (the "t" likely stands for touch) is expected to appear at CES, but an official launch date is unknown. Likewise, pricing has not been set, but we'd love to hear your predictions.

It's worth noting that the similarly equipped Asus Eee PC T101MT has also recently passed through the FCC's hands and might replace the T91MT.