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Lenovo Thinkpad X120e.


End of thread. I have the X100e, which is perfect except that it's limited by the slow, hot, power-hungry Athlon Neo processor. However, despite the limitations imposed by this I still prefer it to almost all netbooks on the market. Great keyboard, good screen, extremely well built and durable, easy maintenance, well-designed cooling...

The X120e takes the perfect exterior of the X100e and replaces it with a sexy AMD Zacate APU. Plus it's cheaper for similar specs than the original version.

So it's a win. Period. Buy it. Now.
post #12 of 12
i bought a netbook last year (asus eeepc 1005hab) since then, i've upgraded the os, ram, and battery. the netbook does what you need it to do as a light computer. just don't expect it to be like a desktop. if you do, i think you'll end up hating the netbook. just make sure you understand it's limitations, and if you can do that and you're happy with what you have, you should be fine.
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