I have a desktop running an Intel E7300 CPU on an Asus P5QL-E motherboard; MSI N275GTX graphics card; WD Black Caviar 500GB hard drive and two assorted 200GB hard drive as backups; and an Antec 600 PSU . For mobile use, I have a Sony Xperia X10a. No laptop.
The Sony is impressive with its 4+ inch screen, but its nothing compared to 10 inches of legible goodness that comes with a tablet. Also Sony's checkered history with Android means that Im having to sort through the Android forums online to make sure Im updated with the latest mobile OS; rather than rely on Sony's online updates.
Ive not been keen on lugging a laptop in the past after watching people at work lumbered with them on the move. The Acer bridges the gap nicely between full functionality of a laptop and portability with my Sony.
I'm still using my trusty old HTC Magic from '09 as my mobile computing solution. I love it, but in all honesty its a pretty terrible experience. Screens far too small, battery only lasts about 7hrs now, and its so soo slowww (Same internals as the G1).
i'm stuck surfing the web on my works iphone 4. I love android and have a htc wildfire - but the screen is too small to be able to browse properly. A tablet would rock! More android and more resolution. :)
This compaq has had the battery die on it and although it is ok for text it really is a bit small for taking notes and is impossible to use on the internet - especially as it is a mono screen. The acer looks to be really impressive and a very useful tool...