Skinny, curvy Asus Eee inspired by MacBook Air
Well, if Apple won't make a netbook...
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I'm interested in buying a netbook, not a laptop. 400 pounds? Nah.
Lithium Polymer battery
No user replaceable battery? Are they mad?
I also agree about the port flap.
Stop and think: Netbooks are marketed as being used mainly for email and Web browsing and being very portable. Don't cell phones allow email and Web browsing? Some even allow limited applications like spreadsheets, appointment calendars, and document editing.
Personally, netbooks seem silly. They have all (or more) of the cost and less functionality of larger notebooks and very little gain in portability.
"Small", "cheap" computer?
Gah! I thought the main attraction of netbooks, when they first came out, was that they were cheap as chips (under £200 for the basic models) and almost small and light enough to stick in your pocket.
If I'm going to spend four hundred notes (has anyone told Asus there's a recession on?) on some hulking great 10 inch thing I might as well go the whole hog and buy a laptop.
And more fool me for thinking that Eee PCs would stay the same size, but actually come DOWN in price. Duh.
Wait for the ARM versions I think..
Why don't we wait to see the ARM versions? These are suppose to be half the weight with double the battery life.
I like my10" Advent One netBook but it needs to be lighter with more battery life (2-3 hours isn't enough), I agree with W. Clark above, it also needs a smaller bezel around the screen and keyboard. Mistyping is a pain. We're not all built like our smaller Far East friends.
Oh and drop the camera. It's a right pain having to switch it off every time I turn on my netBook (even from Hibernation mode)