With Google now building a Linux-based netbook OS of its own, those last barriers to entry will be removed.
"The netbook," which is now only compatible with iPhone and iPad devices, is available to download from the iTunes App store.
Well, unless you illegally hack it and put it on a $150 netbook, like I did last month.
Mac OS X is actually bigger than the whole hard drive on my current netbook, anyway.
By all accounts, the company's first tablet PC—an answer to the netbook explosion—will be released sometime next year.