I was reading around the forums earlier, and after reading a few replies, this just seemed to hit me. Now most people around here are probably wondering 'why hasn't Apple released this' about many things, one of them being the net book. Touchscreen, tablet, net book, what ever you want to call it, or call them all separate products. Hear me out on this one. Apple is highly touted for it's iLife suite of applications that come bundled with Macs. So highly touted in fact, that Apple won't ship a computer without it. At the keynote Phil was saying there's nothing else like it. If Apple's going to do a net book, they're going to do a net book by definition. It's going to be a laptop for using the internet, and only for the internet. So now where does iLife tie in if the Apple net book only uses the internet, well look no further then recent rumours... Everyone remembers the rumours prior to the keynote regarding iWork and iMovie being online-only applications. These online applications would fill in the gap for the Apple net book by providing users the same kind of experience they're used to on normal Mac's. To me it just all 'ties together'. If Apple's going to do a net book, it'll more then likely be breakthrough like normal and far from the norm. To compensate it missing the normal Mac package, Apple will make online applications. Just a thought.