Something some of you kids may never even know about, being spoiled with all the new dumbphones and everything, but we had a whole glorious age of ultra-mobile PCs around early to mid and late 2000’s. These were full-fledged laptops, albeit with low specs, but outclassed all these netbooks by a mile. They had integrated graphics cards and could easily run some of the older games like Ultima Online and programs like Photoshop. They didn’t come with optical drives, and heck, they were much smaller than those in comparison.
Here’s my old Fujitsu U810 that featured a swivel touch screen, a webcam, and all sorts of fun bells and whistles including a 6 hour battery life.