When it comes to a sheer performance comparison, the VIA Nano rules and the Intel Atom drools. The Nano is simply superior in so many ways when side-by-side with Intel Atom, but that is more from our power geek perspective. From our experiences here, the VIA Nano looks to be much better choice than the Intel Atom in the mini-note or notebook market.
The NC20 seems to be ideal for those of us with failing eyesight.
The NC10 screen is just too small.
For the price of the NC20 there are far better Notebooks that do far more; NC20 is neither in the class of the NC10 nor small Notebooks. Bit of as lame one out on its own.
I won't post up any more reviews then Just thought some might find it of interest.
My what a lot of notebooks/netbooks you have sir. I look forward to all your personal reviews, so I won't have to make do with glossy magazine onesPlease post reviews but personal ones not glossy magazine ones. Real peoples user experiences are the ones that count.
These you can read and get a better feel for how a product really performs, not a dictated personal view from a magazine editor. If I may ask? How is your hunt for a portable computing device going, have you narrowed your search down yet?
At the moment I have the Dell mini 9, Studio 16 and two Sony VGN in front of me I am working on (and my Samsung NC10, I am typing this on), next job is on a MacBook Air. Looking forward to having a play with the MacBook as it might be my next purchase to replace the wifes Dell XPS M1530.
Sorry coffee brake over, back to hard work.
My what a lot of notebooks/netbooks you have sir. I look forward to all your personal reviews, so I won't have to make do with glossy magazine ones
I am fully aware of the out of date before hitting the shelf. As I am forever swapping my gadgets for the latest thing. But I am glad I never purchased an NC10 at the weekend with 3 new models now announced.One tip with any computer. Dont wait around for the next new model, they have and all ways will be updated with a new model faster than you can read a copy of your favourite glossy mag.
Before they even get on the shelves there out of date.
You could push me over with a Dandelion; all these years of being brain washed by Microsoft and totally loyal to laptops by Intel, I finally find something that turns my head.
Just having my first play with an Apple MacBook Air and I am smitten.
[email protected]@ forget Netbooks and Notebooks, this nocks them for six on looks alone.