Reference: Subnotebook Dimensions

Update: New post here.

hp Omnibook 300 – source: hp Omnbook Archive
11.1″ x 6.4″ x 1.4″ – 2.998 lbs

hp 2133 – source: EeeUser forum
10.2″ x 7.4″ x ?.?” – 2.5 lbs (?)

Palm Foleo
10.55″ x 6.67″ x .94″ – 2.5 lbs

Asus Eee
8.86″ x 6.30″ x 0.79-1.26″ – 2.0 lbs

Everex CloudBook
9.06″ x 6.73″ x 1.16″ – 2.0 lbs

Fujitsu LifeBook P1610/P1620
9.13″ x 6.57″ x 1.36″ – 2.2 lbs

MacBook Air
12.8″ x 8.94″ x 0.16-0.76″ – 3.0 lbs

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Why don’t vendors list these specs in easy-to-find places? And while I’m complaining, shouldn’t wikipedia be the place to store information like this for research purposes? Along with free-to-use pictures of all sides and orientations of units?

Supplemental:
XO and Asus EeePC: Comparing Size, Keyboards & Screens – Updated
P1610 vs Asus eeePC size

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2 Comments on “Reference: Subnotebook Dimensions”

  1. Steve Paine Says:

    What do these strange ” figures mean anyway?

    Euro-Chippy.

  2. mikecane Says:

    It’s how we American abbreviate inches. I know a lot of the rest of the world prefers meters and grams, but I never went metric. And given my rotten math abilities, I’d probably wind up making other measurements just too ridiculous to be useful.


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