The review/conclusion spans over 15 pages. All ultraportable notebooks mentioned use Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M CPUs, running at 1.10GHz – 1.20GHz. Barry states that outside of battery life, the “four computers discussed in this article perform more or less equally”, and all four have their advantages against one another, although the U100 should be considered if “you want a laptop that isn’t all that far from being a PDA, the U100 could be just the answer for you”. For battery life, you’d have to go with the Fujitsu or Dell with extra-capacity batteries, but the U100 is about as small as you can get while still retaining a useable keyboard.
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