It's the second coming of the Toshiba Libretto, only this time it's:
Filled with Linux goodness.
It's the Asus eee. And the default UI is some sort of weirdized KDE. And it is going to sell a whole lot.
Really, lugging my current notebook is tiring, not having my own tools when I go to a customer's is annoying. This baby should fix that.
Sure, you Word/Excel/Powerpoint jockeys are going to be annoyed with a 800x600 screen, but it's awesome for ssh sessions.