Asus got the netbook craze going with the Eee and it didn't take long for other computer makers to dive in. And while some of the competition are able to run Vista on their tiny machines (a minor miracle), the company has managed to dominate the scene by getting the netbook mix just right.
Don't worry, it's also available in black.
It's no iPhone, but it arrives with a touchscreen and corporate IT's seal of approval. The push-down screen might take some getting used to though.
A great music and video player, plus touchscreen, Wi-Fi smarts and many of iPhone's application goodies... Yes, please!