Hello All, I will purchase an ultralight notebook (or netbook) in the next few days. The past few days have been spent researching available CPU's for an 11.6" sized notebook/netbook. I'm not interested in getting a 10.1" Intel Atom based netbooks. Intel Atom is not powerful enough for my needs. This laptop/netbook will be used during my travels, emails, blogs, accessing the net. To store (on its internal drive) photos and high definition video on its internal that I will shoot during my vacation. I may also use to play blu-ray ripped MKV files. I am considering the following CPUs: AMD Fusion E-450 or Intel i3 Ultra Low Voltage. Here's what I have read so far: AMD Fusion E-450 clocks at 1.65Ghz i3 ULV is around 1.3Ghz or 1.3 Ghz (not fully clear on that. the i3 supports DDR3 at 800 Mhz whereas the AMD Fusion E-450 supports DDR3 at 1333 Mhz AMD Fusion E-450 includes Radeon HD 6320 GPU with 600MHz clock where as the i3 ULV offers intel's HD video. As a sidebar, battery life is certainly important. It appears the AMD Fusion based notebook/netbook offers longer batterylife. Lightweight is also an important factor. HP pavilion DM1-4010US is my #1 option so far. In a few days, HP will also offer the same exact machine with i3 CPU - hence the hesitation to go out and buy the AMD Fusion based machine. On paper, from my perspectives, AMD seems to be a superior CPU. Did I overlook anything in my findings? Any advice/recommendations/feedback is greatly appreciated.