Roundup: Five Best Subnotebooks


Mobile computing has always been a challenge. For one thing, getting a laptop hasn’t always been cheap and affordable. It’s gotten a lot cheaper in recent years, with sub $1000 notebooks being relatively easy to find. A while back, subnotebooks were extremely expensive. They were thought of as high-end gadgets for affluent people or businessmen.

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2 Responses to “Roundup: Five Best Subnotebooks”

  1. 1 Filial Piety August 17, 2008 at 06:15

    Just so you know: The current iteration of the Wind has a 6-cell battery and much better battery life. The trackpad is also less responsive. See the Newegg product page for reviews discussing changes in hardware.

  2. 2 range August 17, 2008 at 12:06

    Thanks, I’ve noticed that a week or so after this post was published, there were new and different subnotebooks that were released.

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