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Old 08-22-2011, 10:40 AM   #6
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What kind of schoolwork? If it's just word-processing, spreadsheets, and presentations it's a bit different than if you're coding or doing graphics manipulation and such.
more on word-processing and presentations. i'm a business major

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My daughter seems pretty happy with her 10" Lenovo. I'm not sure how much it weighs, but the big trade-off is between battery life and weight. I think Lenovo has a good reputation as a nice solid machine.
hmm yeah, i saw a classmate with a lenovo netbook~ looks pretty nice but my friend has an MSI U135DX, which i may get. it has different colors, haha

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Price range?
$400 - $480, if possible

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We have an Eee PC in the store, don't know the exact size. Keep in mind that the keyboard is small and if you type with 10 fingers it's very hard to do so. For simple things as note taking I think it would be ideal.
hmm...i was keeping asus in mind as well. a friend works there as a product specialist. i may get a discount, hah.
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