"For years, I've been looking for a simple, fast, ultralight
laptop I could use for research and writing on the road. I don't
need much: WiFi wireless, a capable Web browser and e-mail
software, word processor that can open and save in Microsoft Word
format, and some simple photo and music programs would do.
"But most of the ultralight devices that I've tried have
suffered from trying to run full-sized versions of Windows--the
Toshiba U100 and OQO's palmtop Model 01+ let me down in 2005, and a
year later Samsung's woeful Q1 Ultra-Mobile PC was even more of a
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