The netbook market used to be simple. Small screen, Atom N270 under the hood, slap on a budget tag and cross your fingers. Now, things are getting far more complex: more processor options from different manufacturers, plus more screen sizes than ever expected. According to DRAMeXchange, components and parts supplies for netbooks are sufficient to only meet 50 to 70-percent of market demand, leading vendors to consider pushing up prices. After the cut: is Atom overstocked, or in short-supply?