CNET editors choose and review the best thin and light laptops, notebooks, and ultrabooks.
HP's excellent workhorse, the Mini 110, gets a cool graphical makeover, but you can get similar components for less.
While the new, less expensive, HP Mini 110 doesn't stray far from the Mini 1000 mold, there are some subtle changes--not always for the best.
Dell's popular Mini 10 is the most customizable Netbook we've seen. Adding extras such as a higher-resolution display makes it more useful, but also blurs the price line between Netbooks and mainstream laptops.
Solo's Netbook bag is well built and nice-looking, but we can't think of a reason to buy a Netbook bag, no matter how well crafted it might be.
HP may have arrived late to the consumer Netbook game, but by lifting the generous keyboard from last year's business-oriented model, the Mini 1000 easily joins the category's top tier.
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The tiniest of NAS drives, the Buffalo LinkStation Mini keeps up with its full-size competition in terms of both features and performance. However, you'll pay a premium price for this small, silent networked drive.
Despite an underpowered CPU, the HP 2133 Mini-Note PC offers the best balance of small size, comfort, and functionality we've seen in a mininotebook, making it fast a favorite for on-the-go use.
The hx4700 offers powerful features and solid performance for on-the-go professionals--just be prepared to pay a hefty price.
While bulky, the iPaq h6315 offers strong performance and plenty of high-end features for professionals looking for an all-in-one device.
With a combination of a small form factor and great performance, the HP iPaq Pocket PC rz1710 is a solid entry-level PDA.