Summary: The question Asus' N10J raises is very similar to that posed by Sony's Vaio P : can netbooks be serious business tools, or are they really just cheap toys? Unlike the Vaio P, though, Asus has chosen to increase gravitas by making the N10J bigger than an average netbook. It's almost double the thickness of Asus' own Seashell 1008 or Toshiba's NB200 , and solid enough take a few angry boardroom bashings when the latest share prices tick on screen.
Excerpt: Asus's N10 has two graphics cards: an Nvidia GeForce 9300M GS and an Intel GMA 950. A switch lets you choose between the two, although you have to reboot for the change to take effect. The Nvidia graphics are supposed to be better for games, but we managed a score of only 5.5fps in Call of Duty 4 with anti-aliasing disabled.