Loc: Sunnyvale, CA mostly
If it's the one I'm thinking of, they're pretty nice. Nice keyboard, real graphics card, accelerometer, camera, card reader, few ounces lighter than an Air.
My eldest is now leaning towards an Air, though, and I see the Apple refurbs are $999. I think the youngest would be happy with one of these colorful Dells. With summer coming up, they can wait til Fall, though. I'll go with Ubuntu and Open Source for the Dell. Who knows, maybe the oldest will come back round to a smaller netbook. Actually, the little one is really liking HP's purse size one, too. I really like these things - They're handy, fun, useful, easy to pack around.
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