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So, I currently have an Asus EEEPC 1000H (one of the original netbooks). It's served me extremely well over the past year and a half, from taking notes in class to checking my email. However, as of late it's started to become a little long in the tooth (and short in everything else). The screen and keyboard are becoming too small, battery life is dwindling, and the power just ins't there anymore. Recently I found this very nice Asus UL50AG for what seems to be a very reasonable price, and found myself itching to buy it.
I'm a college student, so battery life and portability are paramount. I love the 8-12 hours on the bigger Asus, however I'm kind of afraid it might be a little too big. It's about twice as wide and 2lbs heavier than my current netbook. Also it costs money. I have a credit card with a 0% introductory APR for another few months. This, coupled with a steady income, means I would be able to pay it off quite easily without incurring any interest. However, the thought of being in debt terrifies me. So I come here to ask what the collective mind of the Internet would advise! Thanks for any input, and feel free to ask questions if I didn't answer them.