For about a year or so now, the compact and inexpensive systems known as netbooks have been a bright spot in an otherwise moribund PC industry. Netbooks (most of which have price tags between $300 and $500) have been selling in droves to those who need basic functionality and for whom portability and price trump performance.
Asus' Eee PC was one of the first netbooks to hit the market, and the company is now early out of the gate with the Eee Top--a related class of system known as the all-in-one "nettop"which is designed to be an alternative to a traditional desktop PC.
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