When I owned a small netbook I always felt the screen was simply too constrained--most of my small Acer Aspire netbooks had a small 1024x600 resolution. Now I have a much bigger Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12, which has a 12.5-inch screen (1920x1080 resolution). Of course, I still feel constrained. For most demanding I feel the screen is not sufficient, and therefore I always set things aside until I can reach my "real" work screen--a Dell U3011 monitor, which has a 30-inch screen and 2560x1600 resolution. The problem with portable computing generally comes to the fact that many screens are too small and therefore cannot have two windows side by side--we need more horizontal space. After looking around for super wide screen laptops I came up with a few of my favorites.
Business Insider and Acer's Press Release.
Sony Vaio VGN-P588E (image source: cnet)
The Sony Vaio VGN-P588E was a netbook class device that is no longer sold. The screen was an 8-inch at 1600x768 resolution, which is a 25 by 12 aspect ratio. Pretty cool little device for its time. For info check the CNET review.
You could also, just get yourself an Augmented Reality Headset!