- Runs OneNote or equivalent program
- 10-11 inch screen (yes, I want something small)
- Speedy, but the exact specs don't really matter
- Keyboard (has to have a reasonable one, but I have small hands, so it doesn't have to be big.
- Solid-state drive perferred, but not essential--I don't need a really large drive, but a fast one would be nice
- At least 6-8 hours of battery life under normal usage
- And here's the kicker...under $300 (maybe right around there)
So, now my question...why don't they do it? Yeah, I know, Chromebooks are available around that price, but I really don't want to be dependent on the Internet all the time. That's pretty much why I like the idea of Microsoft OneNote as a program. It's available on the web and also as a stand-alone if you're running windows. I really think that Microsoft should port it to Linux (Ubuntu). I know I'd may some bucks for it.
I really don't buy a computer for the operating system, but for the programs that run on it. I need just a little functionality on a really portable laptop and I'm happy.
What do you think?