Summary: AlumEeenum! Asus introduces its new design-flagship of the Eee family with the Eee PC 1018P. An aluminum case and optional USB 3.0 ports are to lure even skeptical buyers. 399 euro (RRP) is a steep price and we ask ourselves why a glare type screen has been used.
Pros: Case design, material, workmanship, Chiclet keyboard and pleasant touchpad, Good battery life, Optionally USB 3.0, Low power consumption, Quiet cooling system, The aluminum case, the new and, at the same time, slim design, the good battery life and suitable ergonomics.
Cons: Small scope of delivery, Poor loudspeakers, Average performance, Glare type display, A 2 GB RAM for better office performance, a larger scope of delivery and a matt 10.1 inch display.
Asus' Underpowered Netbook Is a Big Help in the Field
26 August 2010
Excerpt: If you’re heading out on a field trip, the last thing you want to lug around is a big, bulky 17-inch laptop. At the same time though, doing on-the-fly “research” on the web on your smart phone’s tiny 3-inch screen just doesn’t cut it. The solution? Get a netbook. Sure, most netbooks out there are so underpowered, cheaply made and downright fugly looking they’ll get you laughed off the school bus.
Asus 1018P EEE PC review (white version) – what a mini laptop!
9 August 2010
Conclusion: If you’ve got through the rows of this review, you’ve seen that this Asus 1018P does come with its strong and poor points , like most devices. All in all, it is as powerful as most standard netbooks in its class, but looks better, comes with a more solid construction and better finishing, while being thinner and lighter. However, like on most stylish mini laptops, this translates in compromises: battery life is OK, but not great and the computer gets quite hot and noisy.
Pros: best build quality I’ve seen on a netbook so far (including high quality plastic and brushed aluminum surfaces) – perhaps only matched by the HP 5102, matte exterior and interior casing, nice chiclet keyboard, with no flex, but some layout problems (on the European version), improved trackpad, made out of aluminum and separated from the palm-rest area, very light (2.4 pounds, with battery), top notch connectivity for the final version: USB 3.0 slots, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi...
Cons: best build quality I’ve seen on a netbook so far (including high quality plastic and brushed aluminum surfaces) – perhaps only matched by the HP 5102, matte exterior and interior casing, nice chiclet keyboard, with no flex, but some layout problems (on the European version), improved trackpad, made out of aluminum and separated from the palm-rest area, very light (2.4 pounds, with battery), top notch connectivity for the final version: USB 3.0 slots, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi...
Summary: While the Eee PC 1018P is a very attractive netbok, its small keys, incredibly stiff mouse buttons, and washed out webcam prove that you can't judge a netbook by its cover. Though this machine is certainly usable, competitors offer a better experience for less money.
Pros: Attractive metal design, Long battery Life, Cool temperatures
Cons: Cramped keyboard, Very stiff touchpad buttons, Murky webcam
Summary: The Asus Eee PC 1018P is a premium 10-inch netbook that runs on the new Intel Atom N470 1.83-GHz processor and integrates unique features such as a fingerprint reader and USB 3.0 support. Here's our expert review of the Asus Eee PC 1018P.
Summary: Things move fast in tech. You only have to look back to 2007 for Asus’s first netbook, and the start of the miniature laptop revolution. Fast-forward to the latter half of 2010, and the Eee brand is still going strong, as machines such as the excellent 1018P demonstrate. It’s a smart-looking machine. The white Scrabble-tile keyboard is set against a background of machined aluminium, and has a solidity that belies the machine’s sub-£400 price.
Excerpt: Краткие характеристики ASUS Eee PC 1018P Black (EPC1018P-N450X1ESAB): Экран 10,1” / Intel Atom N455 (1,66 ГГц) / RAM 1 ГБ / Intel NM10 / Intel GMA 3150 / 250 ГБ / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Windows 7 Starter / Вес 1,1 кг В сравнении с большинством нетбуков в этом классе, ASUS Eee PC 1018P Black стоит достаточно дорого. Более высокая цена может быть обусловлена качественным исполнением, удачной конфигурацией и длительной автономностью. Проверим, стоит ли эта модель своих денег.