Ive been looking into either of these options, id be using it mainly for surfing the internet, school (taking notes, possibly writing papers, research) and music. id like to get a laptop, but im pretty low on cash so ive been thinking about possibly getting a netbook, specifically the dell inspiron 11z. anybody have any experience with a netbook that could help me out? reccomendations?
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The only issue I found with a netbook was dealing with typing all the time on it. My fat fingers struggled with hitting multiple keys at a time. Smaller screen size is a limiting factor as well. The portability is nice though.
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once my laptop goes ill probably get a netbook and a desktop, you can get a ballin desktop for cheap now because everyone wants laptops, then just have the netbook for trips and shit. I guess that doesnt help you at all. ^ the i pad advise is horrible
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I got a new netbook for about $200 (acer aspire one last years) and I installed the ubuntu netbook remix OS
on it (ubuntu netbook remix a must). it runs good for a netbook and was
very affordable and portable. I also have a desktop (windows 7) that I
use for video editing, gaming, etc. This combination works great for me,
I can have my netbook with me all the time if I need it since it's
small and portable and if I need to do any intensive tasks I can use my
desktop at home, also, If one computer fails I have a backup till I can
fix the other. Probably not for everyone but it works great for me. If you have access to a desktop I recommend getting a netbook.