Was browsing what netbook type PCs are available in the UK and Europe. One thing I did notice, is that they all appear to only have 1GB RAM. While the ones sold here in China, usually Lenovo, Asus or Samsung, always have 2GB RAM. What gives, is there some EU directive or law about netbooks only allowed to have 1GB RAM. I recently bought a Lenovo S110 with dual-Core Atom, it's 10 inch, and it has 2GB RAM and Windows 7 Ultimate, while all the ones in the EU only seem to have the much more limited/crippled Windows 7 Starter as well as only 1GB RAM. Netbook to me, meaning a small laptop type PC, around 10-11 inch, low cost, with low powered Atom type CPU. Which is enough to run Windows 7 or 8, a browser, play videos, can run MS Office or Libre Office, GIMP, Skype, etc. Not small laptops like the Macbook Air, which can be extremely expensive.