Nophix Posted April 14, 2009 Share Posted April 14, 2009 I'm going shopping for a Netbook and need some advice. I've basically limited it down to the MSI Wind, Acer Aspire One, or the eeePC. All 3 of these fall in under the $350 price point, have 10" screens, and 120gb+ hard drives with Windows XP. I believe they all have the Atom processor as well. I've also found some with the Celeron over the Atom for a little less. Is there any major advantage? Basic uses for this will be Windows administration(active directory, and remote Citrix apps). I will also be using it for web and watching videos while traveling(standard def and web primarily). I need to have Windows for work. I have some apps that don't run under Linux without much headache. I also want a clear screen, and I have heard this is where the Asus eeePC falls short. This is going to turn into my semi-primary machine. I still have machines at home for larger tasks and gaming, and I do have 3 laptops for work, but this will fit in the tank bag on my motorcycle so it will get the most use. Its going to replace my current Acer laptop. So, anyone have experience with all 3 and have any recommendations? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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