These top 10 netbooks offer users a range of choices in screen quality, battery life, speed -- and price
Once you get over the novelty of an iPad, practical concerns come to mind -- like, can I use it for my work? Although you may get away with doing email on an iPad or an Android-based tablet, you can't do the kind of work most road warriors do: Edit documents, work on spreadsheets, and prepare presentations. At least not anywhere near as well as you can using Office on a PC. Or in this case, on a netbook, which has the Windows application compatibility of a laptop with a lower cost and less weight to tote around. If you're considering a netbook, check put these top 10 contenders.
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