They get called lots of things. They should be called netbooks, or at the very least, nettops. Ultra-portable is acceptable. UMPC is right out. Without breaking out the dichotomy yardstick, what am I going on about? Eee PCs, naturally. I want 'em, you want 'em, and they're practically sized to be stocking stuffers... But it's not just Asus anymore, there's a lot here to pick from, and I don't just mean all twelve different flavors of Eee PC. Acer with their Aspire One, HP makes a handful of Minis, MSI has their Wind. Lenovo's pushing their S10--which is remarkably similar to the Samsung N10--Gigabyte's got their M912 (catchy) and then there're the rarely-mentioned Kohjinsha SX3 and SC3, and at the other end of the spectrum there Dell with Inspirons Mini 9 and 12. For starters.