I've owned a Toshiba NB300 netbook for a few years, and I still take it on business trips. I chose this model largely because its keyboard is full sized - at least in terms of the key pitch - as I have trouble adapting to the more tightly spaced keys found on many other netbooks and tablet accessory keyboards.
Google’s taste of the cloud-based future, Chromebooks, are now finally available in Australia, posing a new threat to the Windows/Mac duopoly.
With netbooks turning into notbooks thanks to the popularity of tablets, Intel has unleashed its 'Ultrabook' concept as a 'new class of mobile computer'.
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