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Asus Eee (7 inch) Netbook 900MHz 512MB 4GB Linux (White)

by ASUS

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  • Intel Celeron M 900 MHz
  • 4 GB SSD Hard Drive
  • 7 WXGA (800x480) Color Shine LCD
  • 512MB DDR II SD RAM
  • Web Cam In-built (0.3M Pixel)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions31.6 x 16.6 x 6.4 cm
Manufacturer referenceEEEPC4G-W006E
RAM Size512 MB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00109V054
Best Sellers Rank 130,058 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available5 Dec. 2007
  
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Product Description

The Eee PC includes the documents and the e-mails software, and a suite of other productivity software to help keep you on track. Upload photos and videos and share them instantly on Flickr or YouTube without waiting till you get home. Enjoy music and videos with extensive support for a wide range of digital multimedia. Log on to Skype or other network, and you can connect with friends anywhere, anytime. Clear up wire clutter with the built-in card reader, camera, speakers, and microphone.

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jean-paul Kneip on 31 Mar. 2008
I bought my Eee PC two weeks ago and I must say that so far, I am very pleased with it.

Simply put, the Eee is a normal laptop shrunk to a size just a bit larger than a standard DVD box. It has everything you would expect from a standard laptop, only smaller.

With that in mind, there are a few caveats if you intend to buy one:

1) The keyboard is small. This is fine, if, like me, you have small and nimble fingers and can live with a few typos. If, on the other hand, you have fat fingers and like to type quickly and flawlessly, get a full-sized laptop.

2) The screen is equally very small at just 7 inches. If your eyesight is good and you can live with the 800 by 480 resolution, go for it. If you expect to use stuff like photoshop, again, go with a larger device.

3) The internal storage is very limited with just 4 gigabytes. You will have to buy an 8 or 16 gig SDHC card if you intend to install additional programs.

Provided you accept the Eee's limitations, you will find that you have an ultraportable laptop that does pretty much everything you could want from it. Surfing is obviously easy, the Wi-Fi is of good quality and picks up networks in places I didn't expect to get any. Also, the screen is just about the perfect size to watch streaming media like Youtube.

Mind you, when I say "ultraportable" I mean it. I carry my Eee in my coat pocket all the time. At less than a kilo, it will not weigh you down. Also, the battery life is adequate and can easily go up to three and a half hours with light use.

The operating system that is installed on the Eee, a modified Linux distribution is adequate. It is easy to use, but requires some getting used to if you want to go ahead and modify it or add your own programs.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By H. Bye on 4 Jan. 2008
Got an Eee the other day and using it to write this review. The xandros operating system in easy mode is pretty and very easy to use, especially if you have not had any experience of linux before. I have had ubuntu for a few years and so it was easy to add more programs that I wanted, whereas someone without this experience might find it hard to do such operations.

The actual unit is really cute and feels really sturdy, especially the hinges. I mainly got this as I am a student and need something portable. When I saw an article about the Eee in micromart magazine I immediately wanted to have one.

One thing which I will say to people who haven't got one of these yet and are thinking of getting one, is that Asus are going to bring out a second generation model very soon so hold out to see what this is like and whether the price goes up a lot. They are adding xp to it, better wifi compatibility, and maybe a slightly bigger screen!
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By R. C. Hegarty on 17 Dec. 2007
This little laptop is great, comes with the Xandros operating system including OpenOffice a MS office alternative that is full compatible with Microsoft Office documents. The default operating system is very functional and has a simple interface, this can be altered to offer a more windows like experience, or a different OS can be installed (I'm running Ubuntu).

The wireless card has drivers that support monitor and promiscuous mode, wireshark etc work out of the box using apt-get making this a great pentesting platform if thats your thing.

The battery lasts well and the device is small but the keyboard is big enough to touch type on.

If you need anymore info checkout eeeusers web forum.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lyndon Drake on 15 Jan. 2008
This laptop is brilliant for its price, as long as you stick to running Linux on it. It is easily fast enough to do the web browsing, email and office application stuff it's designed for, and is quiet and robust as well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sam Getliffe on 4 Jan. 2009
This laptop isn't any ordinary laptop. It is really small. It will fit into any bag, and it weighs less than a kilo. Linux works quite well on this. It is really reliable and of reasonable speed. It never seems to break down. If it does, it has a task manager with a button which allows you to 'kill' programs without any trouble at all (now there's something for windows to think about!). It uses a lot of freeware, such as Pigin messenger (which is extremely simple- much better than normal MSN), open office (which is extremely quick and simple to use), and it even has built in Skype. There are plenty of other pieces of software you can download via a menu on the eee pc. But, I regret to say, you cannot install any other software other than those on the menu. If you want to be able to use audacity or other downloadable software, this simply isn't possible on the eee pc, which is a shame. It does, though, have a built in wireless card, meaning you won't need a device to be able to access a wireless network, which makes this even more portable.

The keys are a bit small, and sometimes do not respond, but you can get used to this, and eventually, it becomes easy to use. The keypad and mousepad are the same, they have to warm up a bit. It doesn't have a lot of memory at all- mine has 512MB, which isn't too good, but this is sorted by it's 3 USB ports and memory card reader. A built in memory card reader is quite unusual for a pc, and it is great there is one. It means you can easily expand it's memory. Among other features, it has a webcam and a built in microphone, except my sound recorder on the eee pc has broken. The battery doesn't last very long if you're on the internet- so it's best to use the adaptor.
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