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It's a T6500 2.1 ghz. It has 3gb ram (originally had 1gb and I stuck another 2gb in last year).

Can you suggest a good performing netbook that can handle Office, PDFs, YouTube etc?

If I'm limited to screen size, what do you think of the Windows Surface RT?

I'm getting used to the idea that it is best to wait till June, especially as you say that you expect Haswell laptops to come out pretty much straight away in June.

Office, PDFs, and Youtube? Hold on for a moment--

Waiting for Haswell may not be worth it. Mostly because of your needs. Why do I say this?

The maximum TDP of Haswell and Ivy Bridge are 13W and 17W respectively-- though the main thing to note here is the word "maximum". Office, PDFs, and Youtube will NOT push the CPU to this "maximum" TDP, so your power usage will be very little no matter what CPU you get, so you may get great battery life either way. Though name a number: What's a great battery life to you realistically in hours? You may be able to hit this easily.

My opinion on the Windows Surface RT? I personally think it is a very purpose-built device. This device does not suit your purpose; which is for business in a way. I think putting that money towards a good laptop would be a better decision. YMMV though.

Let me give you an overview of what CPUs your future laptop will probably have if you decide to buy now.

Netbooks:

Intel Atom N2600 - The standard netbook processor. Will be suitable for your needs. Not reccomended as netbooks with this processor usually have a 1024x600 resolution (bad), a maximum of 2 GB of RAM (CPU limited), and Windows 7 Starter (bad OS.)

AMD C-70/60 - The standard AMD netbook processor. Will be suitable for your needs. Reccomended in a 11.6" model as the screen resolution will be 1366x768 most likely, have a maximum of 4+GB of RAM, and a full Windows 7 suite. This is the minimum processing power I would reccomend you getting.

ULV:

Any binned Intel Processors (ULV Celerons or Pentiums) - The standard "cheap" thin-and-light processor. Again, sufficient for your needs and reccomended. Though they are "binned" processors, so I wouldnt get them since a much better processor is usually only a few dollars away.

AMD E300/E400/E450/E2-1800 - AMD's ULV processor. Almost identical TDP to Intel (18 W vs 17W) while giving sufficient processing power and better graphical power. I reccomend all the processors for AMD's ULV line except the E300; it's a bit weak.

Intel i3-3217u (or Intel i5-3317u or Intel i7-3517u) - Non-binned, fully bonified ULV proccesors. The most performance you'll get at in a sub 20W TDP package. Strongly reccomended if you can afford it-- though the i7 may be overkill for you.
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That's interesting. It seems like I will not benefit from the reduced power usage of Haswell. I think I could afford an i5 so may not need to got for the netbook, main reason is the small screen size. As I won't have access to a PC at all time at work, I am looking at 14 or 15 inch so I can get some work done on it.

So it's not worth the wait I guess? If not can you suggest a good laptop that has good battery life, lightweight and preferably good sound (some I have heard have sound that can barely be heard) with a decent screen. I think i5 will be wasting money so would rather have 8GB ram and a 128gb SSD (or can put one in later if the deal is good).
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That's interesting. It seems like I will not benefit from the reduced power usage of Haswell. I think I could afford an i5 so may not need to got for the netbook, main reason is the small screen size. As I won;t have access to a PC at all time at work, I am looking at 14 or 15 inch so I can get some work done on it.

So it's not worth the wait I guess? If not can you suggest a good laptop that has good battery life, lightweight and preferably good sound (some I have heard have sound that can barely be heard) with a decent screen. I think i5 will be wasting money so would rather have 8GB ram and a 128gb SSD (or can put one in later if the deal is good).
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That's interesting. It seems like I will not benefit from the reduced power usage of Haswell. I think I could afford an i5 so may not need to got for the netbook, main reason is the small screen size. As I won;t have access to a PC at all time at work, I am looking at 14 or 15 inch so I can get some work done on it.

So it's not worth the wait I guess? If not can you suggest a good laptop that has good battery life, lightweight and preferably good sound (some I have heard have sound that can barely be heard) with a decent screen. I think i5 will be wasting money so would rather have 8GB ram and a 128gb SSD (or can put one in later if the deal is good).

128 GB should be added afterwards. Usually it's cheaper to buy a SSD aftermarket than included.

8 GB of RAM is ridiculous for your needs. You only need 4 GB. You will not hit the limit unless you start gaming. If you somehow do, then 6 GB is understandable, but 4 GB on a tweaked system (there are many things you can do to minimize RAM use, a big one is disabling SuperFetch.) is very comfortable for your needs.

Also, to echo the last poster: Budget?
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Any suggestions? Is it worth the wait?

Are you a patient person or impatient person like me?
If you are an impatient person then go ahead and find a good ultrabook with long battery life.
If not then you can wait till June to see.

When are you getting the ultrabook?
Install Linux on your wife laptop. It's quite good and prolong the battery life slightly more.
     
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Thanks guys. Yes I am a bit impatient but trying to convince myself to wait if there is an advantage in doing so.

Budget wise I am bit flexible but would not want to overspend if there is no need. Another thing putting me off spending a lot is that it might be outdated and slow in a few years so money would be gone to waste if I'm buying another in a few years. I have a lot more value for money with the PC I have just built.

UK prices a more than US. I will be in the US in April so perhaps could get something from there. $1000 seems reasonable which is £660. Trouble is that good laptops here are £1000+ and I don't fancy spending that much for reasons mentioned. If I can get a lightweight laptop with good battery for around £700 then great, otherwise I'll spend more. I'll be travelling and walking with it quite a bit (including hills) so weight is important.
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Wow, what an expansive budget. That is much more than you think if you're hood at bargain hunting or are a conscious consumer.

Unfortunately, I do not live in the UK, so I will suggest laptops that are under 1000$ US/CAD (my country). You may then look for the same laptop in your currency or paypal it to autonatically convert the currency.

My reccomendations:

The Lenovo Twist 12.5". They start at around 700$ for a lightweight, small, capable laptop with a touchscreen that can be converted into a tablet. On the low end, you can get an i3-3217u. For closer to 950, you can get an i7-3517u and a 128 GB SSD. A good solid machine.

HP Envy x2. Another convertible that is essentially a large Windows 8 tablet with a keyboard (it is still a full function computer, make no mistake!). Very lightweight, slim, and as the selling point: almost 11 hours of battery life. The reason for this is it's low power Atom processor. You will need to do some tweaking before the laptop will be great, but it can work.

The Asus Vivobook X202. Cheap, lightweight, and capable. Touchscreen, good speakers, tiny form factor and gorgeous design. Can be had for around 600$ with an i3-3217u, and there is a 500$ model with a Pentium 987 X2. The only drawback is that it has lowish battery life.
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Thanks guys. Yes I am a bit impatient but trying to convince myself to wait if there is an advantage in doing so.

Budget wise I am bit flexible but would not want to overspend if there is no need. Another thing putting me off spending a lot is that it might be outdated and slow in a few years so money would be gone to waste if I'm buying another in a few years. I have a lot more value for money with the PC I have just built.

UK prices a more than US. I will be in the US in April so perhaps could get something from there. $1000 seems reasonable which is £660. Trouble is that good laptops here are £1000+ and I don't fancy spending that much for reasons mentioned. If I can get a lightweight laptop with good battery for around £700 then great, otherwise I'll spend more. I'll be travelling and walking with it quite a bit (including hills) so weight is important.


Well, it appears you won't be do any games, so I recommend you get either ASUS Zenbook Prime, Asus VivoBook or Lenovo YogaPad 13".

Those three are really good light weight notebook. Of course, there is other companies ultrabook, but I like ASUS and Lenovo because of their quality and sexy design on their laptop.

ASUS Zenbook Prime has probably either ivy bridge i5/i7.
ASUS VivoBook is similar to it, have touch screen and slightly bad battery life then against depend how you use it.
Lenovo YogaPad is a mix of between Tablet and a Laptop.

Hey, what is the point of getting Haswell when you aren't going to do anything beside surf, emails, flash games and etc?

Ivy bridge will last you a long time, lol.
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Considering that weight is an issue. Get ASUS Zenbook Prime. It look similar to MacBook Air but better, and look more sexy than it.
     
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Nice responses. Reason I asked about waiting was not because the Haswell chips have better graphics but because they draw less power. But then again, the fact i will not be doing games probably means I will not benefit much from the reduced power usage if I'm not playing games or doing other heavy stuff.

I was actually looking at something 14-15.6 inch so I can get word done it. I see that 15.6 inch laptops are about 2.2kg and the 14" are lighter as well as being cheaper so that might be the way to go.

Yogapad might be on the small size and a bit expensive for what it is?

I've had a look at the VivoBook and the reviews are excellent. What is the difference between a VivoBook and Zenbook Prime? The Zenbook seems to be more expensive (and there a lot of models which is confusing). What are they like in terms of keyboard (heard some can be annoying to type with) and also sound?

While looking at Asus, I came across the ASUS Transformer Book TX300. I don't think it's out just yet, but what do you guys think and when will it be out? The detachable tablet benefit means going for a smaller 13.3" screen.

Thanks.
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Nice responses. Reason I asked about waiting was not because the Haswell chips have better graphics but because they draw less power. But then again, the fact i will not be doing games probably means I will not benefit much from the reduced power usage if I'm not playing games or doing other heavy stuff.

I was actually looking at something 14-15.6 inch so I can get word done it. I see that 15.6 inch laptops are about 2.2kg and the 14" are lighter as well as being cheaper so that might be the way to go.

Yogapad might be on the small size and a bit expensive for what it is?

I've had a look at the VivoBook and the reviews are excellent. What is the difference between a VivoBook and Zenbook Prime? The Zenbook seems to be more expensive (and there a lot of models which is confusing). What are they like in terms of keyboard (heard some can be annoying to type with) and also sound?

While looking at Asus, I came across the ASUS Transformer Book TX300. I don't think it's out just yet, but what do you guys think and when will it be out? The detachable tablet benefit means going for a smaller 13.3" screen.

Thanks.

Go for the 14" Vivobook.

The Yogapad is indeed overpriced for what it is, but it's more of a premium product as it was the first... I can't recall... It did something unique... Gosh what a brainfart rolleyes.gif

And the Zenbook is more expensive than the Vivobook mostly because the Zenbook is also a premium product. It is a fully bonified ultrabook; thinner, more battery, SSD, etc. Better specifications. These differences wont make a big difference to you except the SSD which you can add in yourself. The Vivobook is touchscreen. The Zenbok is not.
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