Exactly. In my mind, the 10 inch “netbook” is the perfect size. Because yes, it has a bigger screen, but the device is about the same size as the initial offerings, only the keyboard is a bit bigger, making it easier to use and the bezel around the screen is simply smaller. These netbooks are great for travel and surfing the Net or viewing photos from vacation or even carrying on a plane to watch a movie or listen to your music collection.
What netbook manufacturers should do at this point is work on making them lighter, faster and cheaper. they should strive to increase the length of time they can run on battery as they are mobile devices and make them able to handle more intense graphics, wireless N and Bluetooth, whilst keeping the price below 400 dollars. they should put the sqeeze on SSHDD manufacturers like they did MS, to drive down pricing by demand.
A 10 inch netboook that could perform well, Have a 200GB SSHDD run for 6 hours on battery, cost less than 400 and come in at let’s say 2.6 pounds would be nice. 2 pounds would be super!