Excerpt: A procurer searching for a low-end device, which a little of functionality, would find the Asus Eee PC 900 a reliable device to work with. Although this device could not be compare to other solid device, we’ve seen in the global which includes the Asus M70S and many more. …
Summary: I bought it to see if I could upgrade to Windows 7, but it's too small for the Windows XP and upgrading online. Looks like I'll need to erase the HD and try to fit a Windows 7 or 8 onto it, but I'm not even sure this is possible.... That's the fun of experimenting, though.
Summary: I cannot review this item because it has not arrived yet. It is a used item and uses an older Windows XP operating system. Also, it would also be unfair to judge such a unit without an extended history of use. For these reasons, I cannot recommend.
Good build Quality Small Keyboard, Small Screen, Good for some not for all.
12 September 2013
Summary: Pros : Low purchase price, low power consumption, light weight, small size, inexpensive replacement parts. Cons : Slow Processer, Small Screen, Normal Sized hands don't fit on the keyboard, Linux doesn't have as many options as other Systems.
Summary: This is without a doubt my favorite of the ultra-portables. It's robust in construction, the Atom CPU has good horsepower and speed, it uses off-the-shelf 2.5" SATA hard drive and DDR2 RAM, both of which are trapdoor-access upgradable and standard SD-RAM cards for data exchange.
Summary: Great little machine. Has a large enough SSD to run windows on. Storage can be used in the internal SD card reader/writer and still has 3 usb ports for other items. Small enough to carry around and has a durable Solid State Drive for fast access.
--- Cult of Asus EEEPC ~ This Is A Keeper ~ A Hacker and Geek's Delight ---
7 September 2012
Summary: Fun little netbook. In the stock configuration, choose the UNIX version over the XP home version. While its long in the tooth for today's computing requirements, it's tiny, sleek and if configured properly it can rock. I've owned a half a dozen and have enjoyed "tricking em out".