Recently, I saw a HS teacher in my school district using one of the new subnotebook computers in our media center. As I got a closer look at the computer, I started thinking that it might be a viable solution for our K-4 schools where we need to replace our aging 8 year old laptops. The price which is around 1/3 of a traditional laptop was certainly a selling point. Since our current laptops are used mainly to access the internet and for word processing, the fact that they come pre-installed open source software, Open Office, and have wireless/wired network access included, were two pluses. I also thought that the smaller keyboards would benefit younger students if we plan to move keyboarding instruction down to the 2nd grade. I purchased one to demo and are in the process of evaluating it, but was wondering if anyone has actually implemented their use in their school. Please share any pros and cons you have encountered with this solution.