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Whaddya know other Netbook (mini laptops) out there? Netbook Comparison

I'm planning to buy my own Netbook, just like you confuse where to get one or which one is better.

I have a basic requirements for my netbook, as listed below:
  • at low PRICE as possible.
  • at least 1GB memory. The 2 or 4 Gb memory will be nice but the price will go up.
  • at least 80Gb hard disk. Harddisk is cheap so this will not be a problem.
  • with Wireless and RJ-45 connector
  • CD/DVD optional but it would be great to have it built-in. The Panasonic CF-w4 or w5 comes with built-in DVD and they still manage to make it small. The price is not within my budget.
Here's a good Netbook comparison I've found from website. Check it before you decide to buy.

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