A lot has happened in the short time since we published our story about four good netbooks for CEOs. Asus just started shipping the 10-inch Eee PC 1000HE, which has gotten good reviews and costs a reasonable $399. You'll have to wait a couple more months if you want the touchscreen tablet model we wrote about—but you can console yourself in the meantime by reading more details on Engadget. Freescale Semiconductor is promising a $200 netbook by summer. And while it is not technically a netbook, MSI has unveiled a 13-inch ultraportable which looks yummy enough to rival the Air but should cost under $1,000.
Meanwhile, Dell has launched the Mini 10; you'll be able to preorder one online this Thursday, and they'll begin shipping next month. We're big fans of 10-inch netbooks, as opposed to the squint-inducing 8.9-inchers that dominated the space a year ago.
What netbook do you use and how do you like it? If you're not a member of the club already, which one are you planning to buy? Leave your comments below, and we'll run the best ones in an upcoming issue of Inc.