I had a powerbook 2400c which was 10" I believe, it was great for portability but it was HELL to type on. I would only use a 10"er if I had a desktop at home.joecool85 said:Would you guys use a 10" laptop? I know I would. Go portability!
Not necessarily so. Resolution indepenance is something both X and Vista are pushing, due to res getting higher and higher. 10.5 will do this outa the box (10.4 supports it already, but it needs a lot of fiddling to do)Abstract said:A high res 10" screen would make the text smaller, which would make it harder to use, so I'm not sure what you're getting at.
unless you are vertically challenged, is a 12'' that hefty to "lug around" for the added screen space and adequate keyboard? Seems a little excessive for the average joejoecool85 said:Would you guys use a 10" laptop? I know I would. Go portability!
I don't think so, the 12 inch iBooks just bearly fits a full sized keyboard it on with a 12 inch screen.Counterfit said:I tried a 10" Sony one day at CompUSA, and I kept hitting several keys at once. Is it even possible to get a full size KB on that small of a laptop?
a full sized notebook keyboard seems a little smaller to me than a full sized desktop keyboard, and i have heard the reduced notebook keyboards on most ultraportables is 95% pecent the size of a normal notebook keyboardCounterfit said:I tried a 10" Sony one day at CompUSA, and I kept hitting several keys at once. Is it even possible to get a full size KB on that small of a laptop?
epepper9 said:I'd be able to stretch to an 11" Widescreen ultraportable iBook/Macbook/iMacbook and would love to see one if they made it about $200 cheaper than the 12" now.