I am looking to buy the soon coming out (rumours say end of this month) Gigabyte M912 mini convertible.
It's one of the cheapest if not the cheapest convertible out there. Linux version at ~15000NTD (~$500 USD), and Windows version, with a larger harddrive, at ~20000NTD (~$667 USD). The specs don't look too bad either.
What concerns me, though, is the advertised resolution of 1280x768. Is it really practical to run at that resolution given the small screen size? My ex-15"-laptop only had 1280x800. In comparison, both the 8.9" EEE PC and 8.9" Acer Aspire one have 1024x600, whereas the HP Mini 2133 8.9" has 1280x768.
Does anyone have experiences with these things?