|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 480|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|RAM||0.5 GB DDR2|
|Hard Drive||4 GB SSD|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator900|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||3.5 hours|
ASUS Eee PC 4G (7-Inch Display, Intel Mobile Processor, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB Hard Drive, Linux Preloaded) Pearl White
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- Comes installed with Linux operating system. Windows needs to be purchased separately to be used.
- Intel Mobile CPU
- 7 LCD Display
- One-click intuitive interface
- WiFi 802.11b/g - You're always connected with built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g that automatically detects and connects to the Internet at any hotspot
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Play, relax, and entertain on the go with shockproof design. At 7" and weighing only 2 pounds, you can take the Eee PC anywhere. Bumps and shocks are no longer issues. With a dependable solid-state disk, you get unparalleled shock-protection and reliability. Power-efficient design provides longer operating time when on the go. With a rapid start-up time, the Eee PC is always ready to get into action. No technical manual required with the specially designed, user-friendly and intuitive graphic interface. You're always connected with built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g that automatically detects and connects to the Internet at any hotspot. The Eee PC includes the documents and the e-mails software, and a suite of other productivity software to help keep you on track. Upload photos and videos and share them instantly on Flickr or YouTube without waiting till you get home. Enjoy music and videos with extensive support for a wide range of digital multimedia. Log on to Skype or other network, and you can connect with friends anywhere, anytime. Clear up wire clutter with the built-in card reader, camera, speakers, and microphone. Since it's so easy to use and durable this makes a perfect gift for children and adults. 512MB memory 4GB flash drive Clear up wire clutter with the built-in card reader, camera, speakers, and microphone Over 40 built-in applications for learn, work and play - includes document and the e-mail software, a suite of other productivity software to help keep you on track; Upload photos and videos and share them instantly on Flickr or YouTube without waiting till you get home; Enjoy music and videos with extensive support for a wide range of digital multimedia; Log on to Skype or other network, and you can connect with friends anywhere, anytime Linux based operating system using GPL software No technical manual required with the specially designed, user-friendly and intuitive graphic interface Up to
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what can I say about this tiny machine?, well, I bought it for a ultra lightweight laptop. of course I know that 4 gb HDD and the weak processor could make hard to do that but I choose to risk because there is no other option in the market, at least a real and modern pc. in that time I have the nokia 9000 communicator (one of the firsts smartphones but still a phone and of course Symbian) and the toshiba libretto 110 (Pentium MMX 233Mhz with win95). I need something that could handle at least XP, and this was the great option.
I use an unattended version of XP and smartoffice, few programs that I use and I was able to put all of this in just 3 gb. of course I bought an 8 Gb SD card because even doing miracles couldn't live with less than 1 gb for data. and then I start to use (and abuse) this tiny pc. I even get one small routine to overclock it, the fan was annoying but runs great.
mine came without OS but I assume that the linux one runs better. I use it a lot for my little business of video beam rental in the university. was great have in one bag the video beam and in the other one well... all of my other stuffs including the Asus, awesome when the replaced laptop was a heavy Alienware 15.1". and I must say that never fails, never get short, this little thing respond at every challenge that I throw it.
of course was priceless too the face of every person that see me with the tiny pc. here, in a third world country, this was a novelty until like half of 2008, and right now lots of people even not know the brand, in fact, never heard of it. I use it like 8 months when my divorce starts so I need some cash and then I sold it (really fast BTW), but I think that if my life was not turn into a hell in the next months, I maybe still have it (was more loyal and better than my ex).
in conclusion, if I must recommend the EEE transformer or any other mini laptop from Asus having this one as reference, I will recommend it with eyes closed. =)
What I want is a truly portable machine, one so small you never debate bringing it along with you. This fills the bill.
I got the 701 instead of the 900 since reviews said the wifi range was better and the battery life is better, and of course the price is better. With the 901 coming out, the price of the 900 is coming down, but still I think the 701 was the better deal. I upped the ram to 1g (cheap), and added an 8g sd card, and the machine handles all my needs. I am a linux user in general, so the operating system was familiar to me, but these machines also run windows if you prefer.
My previous very-portable computer was a Zaurus 3100, which is more pda than computer, but has a keyboard. The difference in usability is huge; you can comfortably use the eee for word processing, spreadsheets, as well as the internet applications it is known for. The Zaurus was a pain to use, this is a pleasure, and it is still small enough to go everywhere with me.
I can't comment on the stock software, since I put debian on it as soon as I got it. But everything works properly with debian.
It does run a bit warm on the lap, since the fan is small, and the keyboard is also small and has a couple quirks in terms of key placement, but you get used to it. The touchpad works better than I expected, though I prefer to plug in a mouse. Wifi works exceptionally well, even with my university's peap authorization. It's faster than it has any right to be.
The disk space is small, but the sd card helps. My biggest problem was that I could not configure the machine to automatically mount the sd card where I wanted it in the filesystem; I had to allow it to mount the drive as /media/sdb1 and link from there. Suspend works, but still drains battery power to keep the ram alive; for overnight or longer off power you should shut it down instead. Hibernation does not work for me, since it would take up too much room to save the ram to swap space.
The Eee is now getting some competition. The Everex Cloudbook is a far inferior unit, but the new HP 2133 looks like it might be quite good. Others are supposed to release this year too.