The world's smallest laptop.

I spoke to Josh Deprez who bought one last year, and asked exactly what he uses his NanoNote laptop for. Josh said he uses laptop successfully for note taking and graphing mathematical functions much like a graphics calculator, and a bit of light programming on the fly. Josh also says that it makes a decent audio player if you’re prepared to play .ogg files as the codec support isn’t fantastic.

So there we have it – is it the world’s smallest Linux laptop? If we exclude phones and stick to a conservative definition of ‘laptop’ then I think it just might be!