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. Overall I got this for my niece in the Philippines for her Collage and I didn't have much money to spend. It will use low power and her hands are small so the keyboard will not be a problem.
Excerpt: Well, I bought this book because my old one can not work normally. My old notebook is also a ASUS one which i bought 4 years ago. It is a good one. I used it a lot in my work and studying. Aslo I played a lot of game on it. But electronic product always out of date no matter how excellent it used to be. But it makes me to trust the ASUS band. So i bought the new ASUS band.
Excerpt: Not very fast, not a high resolution screen; not designed to be either of those. Well worth the price. Linux distribution that comes with it breaks on attempts to update; replace with Ubuntu Netbook or other OS.
Summary: This netbook is my new travel machine, as I bought it to take the extra weight and bulk of my Macbook out of my carry on. As a Mac user, I opted for a netbook that doesn't have a hard drive in it because I do not need to be saving documents, etc. on multiple machines and I can easily plug in my external to one of the three USB ports.
Excerpt: I recommend EEEPC for checking e-mails, doing research works with the internet, viewing videos/pictures (with its finger-glide technology, you could easily zoom in/out pictures) and for chatting with friends. If you are more of an advanced user though, I recommend that you look for other laptops to satisfy your need.. I wanted to have an EEEPC but knowing how Computer Science (my course) demands a lot of programming, I decided to give it another thought.
Excerpt: Processor of the Device The processor space of the device is relatively when compared with other product in the market; the device features an Intel Celeron M ULV 900MHz processor. This makes it useful for only simple data procession. The device is equipped with the following features: headphone jack, microphone input, SD card reader (SDHC compatible), Kensington lock slot, Ethernet 10/100, Web-cam (1.3 MP), 1GB of DDR2 RAM (667MHz).
Excerpt: It’s exterior won’t scratch real easily, and it’s keyboard is nice and easy to type on. It might not be extremely stylish, but it definitely does the job. The screen is 9.5 inches and is pretty bright. The resolution is great as well. Overall, this notebook is incredible and I love it so much, bringing it everywhere I go. You should get one too, if you want a more portable alternative to the dreary laptop!
Excerpt: I told them I would try to fix the problem myself. After a month of not using the camera, I accidentally downloaded an update for Windows. Alas, the problem was solved. I realized that the drive for the camera was not included in the support DVD. The forums in Windows and ASUS websites were not that helpful. Over all, the notebook is good but with its price, you can buy ones with better features.