Tablets are great for a lot of tasks, but even the best virtual keyboard kind of stinks if you want to write anything longer than a few sentences. Fujitsu's answer is this tablet and netbook hybrid, that attempts to give you the best of both worlds in one sleek package.
The 2.4-lb nettab (tabbook?) runs Windows 7 with a 1.5GHz Atom processor and 1GB of RAM. Wireless connectivity is WiFi and Bluetooth, with a bunch of physical ports including HDMI. Hard core Internet surfers will probably find the itsy-bitsy trackpad next to the spacebar a bit limiting, but you could always use a separate mouse.
The biggest bummer is that Fujitsu only has plans to release this in Japan, starting this June for around $990.