º Keyboard? Next time plug in a sawn-off USB keyboard.Touchpad? Plug in a mouse.
º Seven inch screen? surprisingly readable.
º Linux operating system? Give us a break, who cares that it's not Windows XP? everything just works: wordprocessor, spreadsheet, sound recording, browser. But not WiFi:– take a look at the long trail of complaints on the unofficial Elonex forums elonexone and littlelinuxlaptom.
º Tiny memory? You plug in a SD minicard, enough for six novels.
º Battery life? Rubbish.
º Portability? Stupendous.
This is the fourth ONEt I've had and the first that worked properly. Elonex promised to do a refund and send a bag for the third not-working version but they haven't. The broad reviewer consensus seems to be that the Asus Eee 901 is the netbook to go for: nine inch screen and keyboard, great battery life, light as a feather. But you still need a proper keyboard and it's more than £300.