BenQ JoyBook Lite U101 netbook is a "A Bundle of Joy"

Laptop Mag's Joanna Stern has BenQ's JoyBook. It's a cool 10-incher with some strange deviations from the standard netbook loadout. First, the good. It's a lovely shade of blue, it has a true 16:9 display ratio, and is a "modders paradise" thanks to unused slots and ports galore within the chassis. But then there's the bad, which begins with how they went about getting that display ratio: by moving the horizontal line count in the wrong direction. A Bundle of Joy Arrives: BenQ JoyBook Lite U101 First Impressions [Laptop Mag]

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