Tuesday, 27 May 2008

The ASUS eee PC.

This laptop, is rapidly making its way to my have-to-buy lists.
With its, small and slick design, and it's total portability. Not to mention, its smooth operating system, holding both Linux and Windows XP. Its overall design, and appearance are sure to make it stand out.

With a lowly 900MHz, Intel celeron, the asus EEE is not one for power, it struggles with HD and 3d Gaming, and would break more than a sweat with the large office programs.
But don't let this throw you, it will be more than capable of email, web browsing, word processing and web chatting.

This computer is light, and small enough to fit into one hand, reaching the size of a hardback novel.
Not only is its size minute, but its price is small enough to make this laptop worth every penny.
With it's first model:

The ASUS Eee PC 701 - bearing the specs of:
  • Intel Celeron M 900
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4GB Disk
  • Intel GMA 950 Graphics
  • 7in wide screen LCD
  • weight: 900g.
  • and a price of only: £240 inc VAT.
Like i said, it's no power machine, and has next to no memory, but its price is a sure cover up.

The ASUS Eee PC's also come with SD memory card slots, and with SD memory reaching into 32GB, you could top your laptops memory right up.

The latest in the line of ASUS Eee pc's is the 900, with:

  • 900 MHz Intel mobile CPU
  • Linux Xandros OS
  • 1GB RAM
  • 20gb Disk
  • 8.9 in screen
  • Integrated Graphics, with VGA out.
  • 3x USB 2.0
  • SD/MMc card slot
  • Weight: 1kg.
  • And another low price of: £329 inc VAT
This is the grown up brother of the 701, offering more ranges, for expansion of size, and a new style OS gives users the freedom to chose.

Seen next to each other, is the 900 to the left, and the 701 to the right.
Size is bigger, but the small and slick looks still runs in the family.

Geek is the new BLACK

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