Published on 15th April 2008 by
Originally Posted by MrMonroeAm I the only one who is utterly uninterested in these things? Tiny keyboard, tiny screen, an underclocked crapelon processor... What's the appeal? It's small, so it's harder to type and you have less screen space to work with? I just don't get it.
Originally Posted by oaskedPortability. I didn't realise quite how small it was until I saw it in the flesh. It made my 12" sub-notebook look massive by comparison. :)
Originally Posted by CardJoePlus battery life. For me, mobility and battery life is a clear win - perfect for press trips or liveblogging.
Originally Posted by CardJoeAnd @Firehed, you can get extended batteries direct from Asus I believe - but 2 and a half hours still isn't bad. I've had mind run for around 3 hours without using wifi before on one charge with the standard battery.
Originally Posted by RTTwant!
Originally Posted by ClearCaseManat a glance this seems like a deal. but I just purchased a gateway laptop with a intel core duo 1.6ghz 3 gig of ram and a 250gig hd for $649.00 us the conversion from the 329.00 to us dollars is. 329.00 GBP = 645.920 USD to me it just seems more of a toy than a tool for that price when you can have much better for less.
Originally Posted by wuyanxusold!
just wish it's 2GB...... any chance you can tell me it's upgradable to 2GB RAM?
Originally Posted by original articleWhile the original Eee PC was extremely popular for being extremely inexpensive and having a diminutive 7 screen size, many complained that the 800x480 screen was too small and the 8GB of hard drive space just too limiting.
Originally Posted by Fusenare you sure the CPU isn't clocked at 900Mhz? Engadget reviewed the same model and their one wasn't underclocked.
Originally Posted by fathazzahuh? the battery life isnt great tbh
Originally Posted by wuyanxu
my concern is that i want 2GB of RAM in there to run Vista. sure some of you may say it's slow. but i just cannot live without its search/stibility. whenever i go on an XP, i expect to be able to launch programs by simply typing it's name.
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