Netbook is a small laptop(from 9 to 12 inches screen) usually with intel atom processor and intel gma graphic adapter made to be extremely portable, low on power usage(some can last for up to 9 hours or even more on the batteries), while their running performances are significantly slow and not designed to run games on.
I hope that this is what you meant by your question?
It is smaller than a laptop. Mostly meant for surfing the internet.
Also for simple word processing.
That's about it.
Netbook is more simple, it has atom processor and it has not CD room. So it will difficult to install new windows if our system is damaged. But we can buy a CD room external to solve the problem.
Netbooks are a category of small, lightweight, and inexpensive laptop computers suited for general computing and accessing Web-based applications typically with long battery life.
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