11: Liliputing – Small And Light Laptops for Writers

Last episode I declared the ThinkPad T Series the best laptop for writers. However, many authors prefer to write on small, light, and inexpensive laptops they can carry everywhere. I turned to tiny laptop expert Brad Linder to find out which of the current crop of netbook-like computers are worth using and to geek out about the history of small computers from the Eee PC of yesteryear to the Eee Book of today.

Duration: 23:02:00

Present: K. Tempest Bradford, Brad Linder.


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