I was looking at the available dishes (Toshiba NB100, Acer Aspire One, Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Mini Ui3520, Samsung NC10, Asus EEE 1000H, HP Mini 2140, et al.) and I'm keen on getting myself one of these little things once the cash comes back.
ATM I'm thinking of waiting for the Samsung NC20, seeing as it comes with a 12" screen (it's an XL-netbook, as opposed to a subpar notebook), and I saw the 8.9" screen on a gal's EEE and it was really tiny.
Dell's already launched something on this new 12" netbook league (the Dell Inspiron Mini 12), but I know Samsung always has the better craftsmanship.
This seems like the ideal mini laptop to take to lectures and the like. Provided the keyboard is spacious enough (I hear the Samsung NC10 already is 93% of a full-sized, the HP Mini being 92%, so this NC20's must be even bigger) it can be used to write papers, surf the net, watch a few XviD's and listen to music. Nothing too power-hungry, but definitely an incentive to stay off enticing PC games.
Has anyone here purchased one of these lilliputs and would like to share the experience/success/in-success if such is the case?