Asus EEE PC 1015PED review – top 10 inch netbook with matte case
8 November 2013
Excerpt: I feel like I’ve neglected one of the best new additions to the netbook world available lately, the Asus 1015PED EEE PC. This is in fact the new top mainstream 10 inch netbook from Asus and the successor of the Asus 1005PE, one of the best in its class for many months and a bestseller in the US...
Asus 1015PEM reviewed – a winner with Atom N550 CPU and good price
8 November 2013
Excerpt: I’ve been waiting to see the expected Asus EEE PC 1015PEM reviewed for a while and now it finally was. This is the first 10 incher from Asus to bring the dual-core N550 processor, so I had high expectations, as it was the first revolution to happen for 10 inch netbooks in a long time.
Asus EEE PC 1015PX review – solid in every possible way
5 August 2012
Summary: The Asus 1015PX is, now in 2011, the best ultrabook money can buy. It's fast for its class, it beautiful and sturdy and packs all the features you'll need on such a small computer, alongside 7+ hours of life on a single charge.
Summary: 1015PX = R051PX? Asus unleashes another netbook onto the market with the proven seashell case. The 1015PX admittedly seems to be of identical construction to the R051PX.
Pros: Usual Asus quality, The Seashell design still looks good, Chiclet keyboard and touchpad, Quiet, Very cool, Long battery life, Matte display, Alongside the smart look, the long battery life of the netbook is fantastic.
Cons: Expandability, Poor performance, No Bluetooth, Poor speakers, Low-contrast display, extremely high black levels, A USB 3.0 connection would have suited the Eee PC 1015PX well.
Summary: AMD power? Asus is constantly increasing its Eee PC range. Now the Taiwanese company has also ventured a try basing its smallest series' member on AMD. The 10 inch netbook is available with the entry level APUs, AMD C-30 or C-50 including the incorporated AMD Radeon HD 6250 for the graphics unit...
Pros: High-end workmanship, Strong graphics performance, Low temperature development, USB 3.0 included, Quiet operating noise, Matt display, The familiar Eee PC quality with strong GPU performance.
Cons: Weak processor performance, Only average battery runtime, Small scope of supplies, A better battery performance would even increase the Eee PC 1015B value.
Conclusion: Overall, we've got a mixed opinion of the Eee PC 1015T. It's frustratingly limited with the 1GB memory it ships with, and spending extra cash on a 2GB upgrade while having to throw out that 1GB stick is rather annoying.