Top Netbooks

What are laptops for? Certainly, the reason is portability. Carrying your Personal Computing device everywhere with you is a heavenly feeling. Laptops or notebooks have completely changed the concept of computer work, now you can keep doing your tasks even in trains, cafes, airports and your back yard. Few years back, a smaller kind of laptops has been introduced in the market called “Netbook”. A netbook is smaller in size than a regular sized laptop, lighter in weight and easy to carry almost everywhere.

Today, I have compiled an article for you about the best five netbooks available these days.

1. HP Mini 311:

This netbook is being liked a lot by majority of the critics. It is equipped with Intel Atom processor N270 running on 1.6 GHz, having 1GB 1066MHz DDR2 RAM, 160 GB HDD, NVidia Ion Graphics, NVidia MCP 79 chipset and running on Windows XP OS. The little screen is not very little in fact being 11.6 inches. Mini 311 does not weigh much with 3.3 pounds. The overall look is by no means awesome; it is a normal looking netbook but strong to hold and use. With 1336×768 native resolution, the display is a big hit. HDMI port makes it stand out among rival netbooks. Wi-Fi, card readers, Bluetooth and stereo speakers are there like any other netbook.

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Product’s Unique Selling Points:

  • High definition display
  • Basic gaming functionality
  • Reasonable price

Limitations:

  1. Touchpad quality is not decent
  2. Keys are flabby

2. Lenovo IdeaPad S12:

Lenovo’s expensive netbook comes with a 12 inches display screen along with a full keyboard. Major specifications include 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 or Via Nano ULV, 1GB, 533MHz DDR2 RAM, 160 GB hard drive, Mobile Intel 945GM Express chipset, Intel GMA 950 graphics, Windows XP Home SP3 operating system and 3.4 lbs weight. It comes in either black or white color. S12 lacks Bluetooth. For webcam lovers, there is one present in IdeaPad S12.

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Product’s Unique Selling Points:

  • Full keyboard
  • Bright and vivid display
  • Express card slot

Limitations:

  1. No Bluetooth
  2. Smudge-prone lid

3. Sony Vaio W Series VPC-W111XX/P:

This Vaio is highly priced just like any other Vaio, but the reason Sony has is attractive; the high definition display. Major specs are 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N280, 533MHz DDR2 RAM, 160 GB HDD, Mobile Intel 945GM Express chipset, IntelGMA 950 graphics, Windows XP Home SP3, 2.5 lbs weight and 10.1 inches display. The computer is available in pink, white and brown. Equipped with SD card reader, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and HD audio, this laptop is fit for those who are trendy and modish regarding looks.

Product’s Unique Selling Points:

  • Beautiful and superior design
  • HD display
  • Nice color combinations

Limitations:

  1. Noisy fan
  2. Tiny keys
  3. Very expensive
  4. Lowly battery life

4. Nokia Booklet 3G:

Now here is a shock! After watching the netbook success closely, the cell phone giant finally decided to get into Lilliputian computers. Booklet 3G is nothing less than success. It’s made up of single piece of aluminum and is built strongly. The keyboard is one of the finest I have ever seen. Keys are very nicely spaced which will make typing an easy task. 3G connectivity, HDMI port, SD and SIM card reader, webcam and A-GPS add value to this already wonderful netbook. On top of everything, this notebook is running on the much hyped Windows 7 operating system.

Photo by James Nash (aka Cirrus)

Product’s Unique Selling Points:

  • HDMI port
  • Windows 7 OS
  • Nice display
  • Excellent keyboard
  • Outstanding battery life

Limitations:

  1. Boots slowly
  2. Expensive

5. Dell Inspiron 11z:

This 11.6 inches display netbook has an awesome aspect ratio of 16:9 which will surely show a nice view, though the reflective display is difficult to see in bright situation. The body is strong making the portability maximal. Lid of this netbook is highly glossy, which is sure to make it full of scratches and smudges in the long run. You will find Windows 7 here, also. The netbook has 2 GB/ 4 GB RAM, 250 or 320 GB HDD, webcam, 6into1 card reader, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Photo by nDevilTV

Product’s Unique Selling Points:

  • Awesome battery life
  • Highly portable
  • Windows 7
  • Large hard drive

Limitations:

  1. Glossy display
  2. Prone-to-scratches lid

All of these netbooks are good in their own respect. You can choose one for yourself according to the specs provided. This is important to note that if you need quality product, you will have to spend more.

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