This netbook-friendly office suite is a good Microsoft Office alternative.
This netbook is attractive, comfortable to use, and runs for more than 8 hours, but it's pricier than the competition.
Toshiba's more budget-friendly netbook has a more basic design, but it outshines the competition when it comes to its touch pad and battery life.
The larger Kindle DX is a well rounded e-book optimized for reading textbooks and newspapers, but we wish it were less expensive.
This tablet netbook sets itself apart with an attractive touch interface, but it's held back by slow performance, a small hard drive, and cramped keyboard.
Toshiba's entry into the U.S. netbook market soars past the competition with a stunning design, stellar keyboard, and the longest battery life of any netbook to date.
MSI's latest netbook packs a slightly faster Atom processor and a nine-cell battery that outruns the competition.
This inexpensive 16-inch multimedia notebook packs speedy performance, gaming punch, and smooth Blu-ray playback. Just keep the power cord handy.
Solid performance, battery life, and business traveler-friendly features make this convertible a good pick.