The evolution of the netbook

22 netbooks in 18 months

Fujitsu M1010: With ASUS, Lenovo and MSI moving towards larger screens on their netbook models, Fujitsu, like Toshiba and Dell, stayed at a small 8.9in screen. The M1010 is small, but feature-rich, as it includes an ExpressCard/34 slot. It’s based on an Intel Atom N270 CPU (1.6GHz), 1GB RAM, and has a 60GB hard drive. It costs $699 and is solidly constructed. It’s definitely one of our favourites. Its only drawbacks — the screen’s susceptible to reflection, and the touchpad is uncomfortable to use.

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