The AMD version of this ultraportable offers better graphics performance than the Intel version for $100 less, albeit at the expense of battery life.
Toshiba has updated its stellar netbook with a sleeker design while still delivering 8.5 hours of battery life.
More than 10 hours of battery life and a comfortable, durable design make this netbook one of the best money can buy.
As if a full HD screen, Blu-ray, and Core i7 processing power weren't enough, Sony includes its new TransferJet technology in this multimedia laptop.
This fashionable small business ultraportable combines a great new keyboard with good battery life.
One of the first Core i5 notebooks offers jaw-dropping speed and Blu-ray playback in a comfortably portable package.
Fujitsu's entry into the netbook market is a snappy performer, but its battery life, keyboard, and price can't compete with its peers.
Lightweight design. Eight hours of battery life. Good-enough performance. What else would you want from a budget ultraportable?