Here’s something we’ll probably never see stateside; it’s a mobile internet device (MID) from Lenovo called the IdeaPad U8. It works on China’s 3G TD-SCDMA network (I have no idea what that means) and it’ll be available with 4-, 6-, or 10-gigabytes worth of storage. It’s apparently got an Atom chipset in it, although the interface looks a little pokey from time to time. I have no idea what it’ll cost or when it’ll be available because I grew up in Minnesota and they didn’t offer Chinese as a language class in school, just French or Spanish. Oh, and some of the weird kids took German.