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Which netbooks have a full screen desktop?

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I have sort of a basic question.

Which *good* netbooks have a full screen desktop that does not require zooming in, or moving the cursor to the edges of the screen to view the entire real estate of your programs/desktop?

Would be much appreciated!
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exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
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