Notebooks are one of the few regions in computers where the products actually look good, and in some cases downright sleek and sexy. Now if notebooks can look this good just imagine where sub-notebooks are going in terms of style!
The NEC Versa UltraLite for example, is positively sleek and amazingly slim, measuring in at a mere 1.06" thick - your average glazed donut isn't even that thin! But be warned, don't let the UltraLite's small size make you think this is a dumbed down version of full-sized notebook.
The Versa UltraLite is a highly engineered piece of kit that uses the Transmeta Crusoe TM5600 processor running at 600MHz to power Windows 2000, and anything else you can throw at it. With the Crusoe processor come two added benefits. The first being lower power consumption, and the second being cooler running temperatures.