Conclusion: The Asus Eee PC S101 is so to say a logical enhancement of the current Eee family . It especially focuses on those who consider design important . Because of its attracting look, it might probably fly out the shelves in superstores, where customers can no longer resist its charm.
Pros: Slim, elegant case, Nice haptics, because of metal inlays., Low weight of barely one kilogramme, Eee Storage Online memory, Multitouch touchpad, Low noise and temperature emissions, Passable battery life, With the current design Asus is right on the target. Despite metal inlays and jewels from Sw...
Cons: UMTS ready model is not available, Difficult to use the keyboard in the dark, Low brightness of the screen, Only 16GB mass storage capacity built-in, UMTS. The price of the Eee S101 is clearly above those of similarily equipped notbooks WITH built-in broadband internet. This all for some jewels a...
Excerpt: Asus Eee PC S101 Manufacturer: Asus UK Price (as reviewed): £449.99 (inc. Delivery) US Price (as reviewed): TBA Things are always a bit schizophrenic with me, so it’s no surprise that when I was first presented with the new Eee PC from Asus that I was in two minds about it all.
Summary: The S101 is a stunning netbook -- the best we've seen to date. Its battery life isn't quite as good as its some of its bedfellows, and it's a little more expensive, but it's the perfect choice if your mission is to make the Joneses look poor
The Eee PC S101H, the latest ASUS netbook, isn't only about style; it's also got plenty of substance.
Good Gear Guide.au
3 December 2009
Conclusion: If it's good looks and ease of use you desire, this well featured netbook will be right up your alley. It also has 802.11n Wi-Fi, which is faster than most other netbooks on the market, and you get a 160GB hard drive.
Pros: 802.11n Wi-Fi, comfortable to use, big touchpad
Cons: Poor screen, awkwardly placed SD card slot, the style adds a lot to the price tag
Conclusion: ASUS has done a cracking job with the Eee PC S101 and it is undeniably the hottest, sleekest netbook on the market. The machine looks great, its build quality is fantastic, and the keyboard is even large enough to touch-type.
Excerpt: Asus's EeePC S101 is easily the most attractive netbook here, thanks to its slim profile and chocolate-brown, black and chrome design. There are even Swarovski crystals embedded at each end of the hinge.
Excerpt: To a casual observer the new S101 wouldn't seem like much of an upgrade. But unlike its predecessor, the 1000H, it has a hard disk instead of an SSD memory and this minor detail makes a major difference to the model.
Excerpt: After introducing the world to its cheap, dinky-looking, plasticshelled netbooks, Asus is turning its own game upside down with the EeePC S101. The latest variant in the never-ending Eee series comes in a new fashion-conscious design.
Conclusion: When it comes to getting a netbook, there's just no denying the allure of the Eee PC. Afterall, it was the Eee PC that jump-started the netbook phase when the UMPCs of yore failed to take off as expected.