Right now I’m blogging from a netbook at Best Buy. We’re soon to be in the market for a new, smaller laptop that is not made by HP, and I’m the type of person who won’t make a big purchase on the fly. I’ll likely play with every netbook available before we hand over any money.
We’ve had many issues with every HP product we’ve ever purchased. Don’t recommend their products.
So, I’m messing around with this adorable little Asus netbook right now.
It’s small, and cheap, and has everything I’m looking for in a super compact laptop.
Um, everything, that is, except a backspace key.
This little issue is making it difficult to correct my mistakes.
I’m realizing now the value of the working backspace key on my laptop at home – even though it’s attached to an HP computer.
It also makes me wonder…
If Best Buy can’t keep the keys on their Asus netbooks with just very part time use, how will I be able to keep all the keys in place at home with 8 children always punching on them?
Not a good selling technique, maybe?
People are walking by looking at me strange. I think I’m going to publish this post and sign out now.
Cause this is a bit weird, I guess.