As you guys may remember, I've been looking for some sort of an ultra-portable to take with me to coffee shops and conferences to surf the web, do email, read articles, and give presentations.
I had before been looking at the EeePC, but now I would like to broaden the search a bit.
I would ideally like to run OSX on this machine, as Keynote is incredible for presentations, and a lot of the other tasks are served fine by the software. I also have licenses to the software and really need a system that "just runs" and is transparent so that I can get on and just do work.
I'm looking at the Dell Vostro A90 netbook now. The price is right, it seems quite hackable and also seems to have a community behind it. The A90 also seems to have more metal on the inside, so it hopefully won't be as fragile as the EeePCs seem to be.
I'm now also looking at the MSI Wind machines, mainly thanks to Sawaa's nudge in the other thread.
Looking around, the MSI Wind seems to have issues (mainly WiFi, although there are reports of a leaked driver for OSX, also audio/mic jacks) under OSX while the Dell is more fully supported "out of the box".