Hey, I'm using quite a decent little subnotebook this very moment, and it's a PC alright. A Sony VAIO PCG-CX1N. It's running Windows smoothly after some tweaking, and I might try and install Linux on it tomorrow, though I doubt I'll find all necessary drivers for it. Still, I wouldn't want to work on it, because the OS would get in my way too much. It's fine for browsing, chatting and for writing my stories (almost any OS I know of is fine for text input...), but for more I want a Mac.
I do admit OS X has flaws that have to be fixed, certainly. But you'll have to accept that for the jobs I'm doing, Mac OS X is the best operating system around, and I'm glad I'm getting some decent hardware to run it on. Nothing really beats Apple's notebooks for me.
Mac user since 1987. Running Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on a MacBook Air 11" & an iMac 27" and whatever's newest for my iPhone 4s, iPad 3 and AppleTV 2.
Apple Certified System Administrator 10.6, Apple Sales Professional 2008-2011, Apple Certified Mac Technician.