Conclusion: Asus has almost certainly hit the mark in its effort to offer a notebook that delivers more mature, refined styling in a package that’s still competitive with more basic netbooks . Though the 1002HA does command a price slightly higher than your run-of-the-mill netbook, Asus justifies it with better...
Conclusion: Among all other currently available netbook models, their remakes and new releases Asus has a big advantage. Everybody looking for a mini notebook knows the Eee PC. Each new generation of Eee PCs is more mature and so, it is not that easy for competitors to keep up with.
Pros: Very solid workmanship, Robust and stable aluminum case with noble design, Silent system noise, VGA out for external screen, WLAN, LAN, bluetooth, Notebook bag included, Display brightness (with eeectl), Non-glare display, Good temperatures even under load, The aluminum case is not only very robu...
Cons: No optical drive, Surface around the screen is sensible to fingerprints, No UMTS, Moderate display brightness without eeectl tool, An optical drive would indeed have been great - but you cannot have everything.
Conclusion: Its metallic finish makes the ASUS EeePC 1002HA the most attractive netbook to date, and its performance doesn't disappoint. However, this netbook could use some help in the features department.
Pros: Gunmetal is a welcome look in a netbook. Overclocking software is included. The 92 percent keyboard is on a par with the Wind's. Achieved excellent battery life on a two-cell lithium polymer. Bright 10-inch widescreen. Under $500.
Cons: Lacks a six-cell battery. Could use more features.