Toshiba's Satellite T100 notebooks aren't netbooks, but they have the prices and battery life to match the small laptops. The $450 11.6-inch T115 and $600 13.3-inch T135 are thin, oh so light, and pack a decent amount of power.
There is no hiding this trend: laptops are getting thinner and thinner this fall. Dell is hoping on and has cut the pants size on its Inspirons with its 14z and 15z.
Sony impressed yesterday with its .55 inch thin X Series and 24 hours later Samsung is out with its own X Series. The Sammys look good at under an inch thick but they've got nothing on Sony's thin ass.
Windows 7's launch is going to be a hell of a busy time for laptops. Expect a slew of higher-end Intel Core i7 mobile rigs and thin notebooks powered by new dual-core ULV processors when the OS ships.