Today´s hottest thing is the new ultra portable EEE laptops from Asus. Alot of companies have started to manufacture similar products but Asus is still leading in the market.
What can we expect from this small little “laptop”, can we game with it or it is just for surfing the net or working? Let´s take a closer look.
Check out their website, http://www.asus.com.tw
Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home
Intel CPU & Chipset Intel® Atom N270
Memory 1GB (DDR2)
Wireless Data Network WLAN: 802.11 n
Hybrid Storage XP: 12GB Solid State Drive
Linux: 20GB Solid State Drive
20GB Eee Storage
*Eee Storage service is complimentary for the first 18 months. Please register account information for 6 months extension (depend on country)
Camera 1.3M Pixel
Audio Dolby Sound Room Certified (XP only)
Digital Array Mic
Battery XP: 8 hrs*
LX: 7.2 hrs*
*Operation lifetime subject to product model, normal usage conditions and configurations. Learn more about battery life
Weight 1.1 kg
Infusion Sakura, Sweet Pea, Urban Metropolis, Peony White, Pearl White, Fine Ebony, Navy Blue, Chocolate Gold
Now I had never seen a EEE PC before so when I saw the box I actually realized how small this product really is. On the front of the package is a picture of the unit and on the back you can read about the main features this device has in various languages.
When I opened the box I found a small bag for the EEE and a small manual. When looking further in the box I found a driver cd, warranty card, and a piece of cloth that you can keep the EEE nice and shiny since the glossy parts really show your fingerprints.
The power adapter works all the way from 110V to 240V so you wont have any problems using this device around the world. The EEE itself comes in a black case with a glossy top.
When taking a first look at the EEE it looks like any laptop on the market although this is alot smaller but still has similar functions. Above the keyboard the EEE has alot of buttons that will allow you to turn of the screen, set the resolution, and even turn on skype or just change the performance of the laptop. Of course higher performance means more battery usage but with a battery time around 6 hours on normal settings you got some to play around with even at higher speeds.
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