It's getting harder to tell the difference between a Netbook and a notebook.
Except when you look at the bottom line of the companies making them. Though initially thought of as a way to sell cheaper, less powerful companion devices to notebooks, Netbooks are beginning to lose their distinction, as evidenced by the new Netbooks unveiled at CES 2009. While it's good for consumers, the blurring of lines between the two could potentially be destroying the business models of PC manufacturers.
That lack of distinction between a Netbook and a notebook will become more clear as soon as … Read more