The dilemma is that Ive been a netbook user for a while, I recently upgraded my old EEE 701 with 4GB of flash storage which was already pretty nice (yes I'm kind of an early adopter) to a Acer Aspire One D250 and happily and actively using it a lot more than my desktop or my heavy notebook.
So here's the comparison table, with the stuff that matters to me:
|Feature||Samsung N140||Acer Aspire One D250|
|Keyboard Language||Spanish International||Canadian|
|Battery Life||~6 hours/6 cells||~3 hours/3 cells|
|Latest and greatest WiFI tech||802.11n||802.11g|
|Cost||~400 U$D||~300 U$D|
So here's the thing. I might not want to switch netbooks even though the Samsung N140 seems so much better, well more autonomy and disk space is a winner in my book; the downside for me is the keyboard, Spanish... and I'm not too fond of that.
What am I to do with this? I was thinking of using it as a desktop replacement with a standard keyboard and mouse attached to it displaying the bits to be seen on a big monitor of course.
The other thing I can do is sell... I'm not into that though... but if it comes to it, it might be what needs to be done.
Then again, with all the extra features it has, I might just have to learn to deal with the keyboard be done with it, that is once I check that OpenSolaris works well on this one :-)