Summary: After all is said and done I really like the Asus Eee 1215N. This machine lacks the performance of other netbooks in encoding multimedia, but it is a class standout when it comes to battery life.
Pros: Awesome battery life, Great style, Low price, Great graphics
ASUS Eee PC 1215B Netbook Review (AMD Fusion Brazos APU)
10 July 2011
Excerpt: ASUS’s Eee PC 1215B is the newest player in netbook segment and equipped with AMD’s Fusion Brazos APU (APU is short for Accelerated Processing Unit). An APU combines a northbridge, a CPU and a GPU on the same chip. This ultra portable has got much potential then any other netbook in this segment.
Summary: New in old. The Taiwanese Company, Asus, has also refreshed its netbook line-up and now offers the Eee PC 1215B. An AMD C-50 APU, including the dedicated AMD Radeon HD 6250 graphics, a 2 GB DDR3 RAM and a 320 GB hard disk capacity in a familiar case awaits us.
Pros: Stylish design and stability, Interface array, Generous keyboard, Low noise level, Efficient cooling system, The generous keyboard, the good battery runtimes and the low noise and temperature emissions.
Cons: Small scope of delivery, Unsmooth touchpad control, High gloss display, Average display rates, Permanently running fan, Better workmanship in details and a considerably better display with matt surface.
Summary: ASUS is late to the AMD Fusion party, but the Eee PC 1215B offers slightly better overall performance than competing ultraportables from HP and Sony. And, at $439, the 1215B manages to undercut the competition, and is even $30 less expensive than its Ion counterpart (though the 1215N is better for...
ASUS Eee PC 1215B with AMD Fusion Hands On (Video)
6 May 2011
Excerpt: The ASUS Eee PC 1215B is a new AMD Fusion powered ultraportable that delivers an impressive performance in a small package, and delivers great battery life at the same time. The Eee PC 1215B is available from Amazon.com for around $430, which is in line with many other AMD Fusion mini notebooks.
ASUS Eee PC 1215N Review: Atom and Ion, Back Together Again
25 April 2011
Excerpt: You don’t hear much about Atom these days. It’s still there, still kicking, still being stuffed inside an endless stream of netbooks. Yet it’s also not very exciting, and hasn’t created much buzz. This isn’t a case of a journalistic blind spot; Atom just hasn't been update.