Miniature notebooks, like the ASUS Eee, may be all the rage these days, but they come at a cost. Typing on these diminutive computers is slow and uncomfortable. The problem is that as the computer shrinks, so does the keyboard, which leads to missed keys and lost punctuations as our touch typing skills are rendered useless by the lost width. Laptop Magazine decided to take three of the more popular mini-notebook models and find out which one was the least terrible for typing out Hamlet's soliloquy.
The clear winner was the HP 2133 Mini-note, which all three testers were able to average a full 10 WPM (words per minute) faster on than the ASUS Eee and CTL 2Go PC (Classmate) which both came in within half a WPM of each other at 44.75 WPM and 44.25 WPM respectively.
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am sure there is a lot of note books out there that u can choose from showing this is not even a option
I was gonna buy one, but without a dvd burner **** that. The HP keyboard seems to be the best layed out tho...
Im waiting to see what Dell has to offer
waste a money lol even if a solid state hard drive ... mm doesnt a pen drive have solid state hard drive ... and doesnt it still go bad .?