Originally posted by John Todd: What is a sub-notebook ?
My understanding is that it's a laptop designed to be used underwater, although Wikipedia offers a somewhat less inspired definition...
Subnotebooks are generally smaller than a laptop computer, but larger than handheld computers and ultraportables. They often have screens that are 10.4" (diagonal) or less, and weigh less than 1 kg; as opposed to full-size laptops with 12" or 15" screens and weighing 2 kg or more. The savings in size and weight are usually achieved partly by omitting ports and/or have removable media/optical drives; subnotebooks are often paired with docking stations to compensate.
Either way, it should be cool.
"We're kind of on the level of crossword puzzle writers... And no one ever goes to them and gives them an award." ~Joe Strummer sscce.org
The airline is called "Virgin"? Don't you want a plane to go all the way? This tiny ad will go all the way: