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Posts Tagged asus

A Week in the Life of an EEE 900!

The ASUS eee PC 900 has been in the house (and out and about a bit!) for just over a week now, and as I’ve already pointed out the eee Desktop, it’s about time I talked about this device! My other half thought I was barking mad taking photo’s of the box, but I wanted to be able to post some decent information here! I also didn’t want to get into the photo’s beacuse Lisa Bettany does far better at opening laptop boxes than me! Opening the box you wonder how on earth it’s so light, but at around 1kg the eee weights nearly nothing, and it’s charger is largely the same – this is the device I need if… Continue reading »

by Keiron on June 7th, 2008 | Computers | 3 Comments » |

[Quick Posts] – EEEEEE

This looks interesting… The EEE Desktop PC, I know I haven’t posted since I got my ASUS EEE laptop but a proper post about that is coming soon!

by Keiron on June 6th, 2008 | Quick Posts | No Comments » |

Asus EEE PC

I had a look at the EEE PC at the weekend, it looks kind of cool and weighs virtually nothing… I know, I know, I know – it was designed for the younger market, but this laptop has infinite appeal for almost any IT professional, at sub 1kg with a solid state disk? I quite liked the OS that was installed, but a friend suggested installing XP on it (and upping the disk to 4GB or buying a 4GB version) as then it will support everything XP supports, which means I can plug my phone in as a USB 3G modem – that’s the key thing. I could feasibly get away with this being what I take on holiday (sorry… Continue reading »

by Keiron on April 11th, 2008 | Hardware | No Comments » |