Looking for netbook with some decent features

Ecs / Ka3-mvp
October 5, 2010 at 22:26:09
Specs: Win7, 3.368 GHz / 4095 MB
I am looking for a netbook that actually has some decent features. The Sony Vaio netbooks looked good but they are also pricey. I don't want a cheap Acer netbook with a low grade atom. I would be using it for watching dvds and HD video streaming (youtube etc.) HD video is system resourceful and I would possibly like a video out of some sort so I can connect a TV?

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October 6, 2010 at 02:00:15
why a netbook? They are only good in web surfing and playing minesweeper. I think u should look for cheap notebook.

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October 6, 2010 at 04:50:34
"I would be using it for watching dvds"

Netbooks don't have DVD drives.

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October 6, 2010 at 05:30:32
I agree with kuwese. I bought a netbook a few months ago and found the screen size so limiting that I returned it to Costco.

If you want full functionality then get a laptop. Preferably with a 17" or larger screen.

One other comment, I found the keyboard on the netbook to be impossible for me to use. I guess if it were my only computer I would get used to it, but it wasn't intended to be my primary unit.

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October 6, 2010 at 09:24:51
Instead of getting a netbook, go for a CULV based 11.6" subnotebook.

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October 6, 2010 at 18:46:12
Yeah I have come to the same thought. I was going to sell my ZX4800-07 for one but I have decided I should just keep the thing. It sits on my bed stand and I only use it in bed when I cant sit at my workstation. It is a 20" touch screen with 2 touch points, with hardware built in (750GB hdd, Intel 2.2ghz duo core with 4gb of ram Windows7 Ultimate super dual layer drive) the only thing is my arm gets sore above my head maybe I will invest in a wireless keyboard and mouse that is built into one unit (like those ones that look like laptops without screens)

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