|Screen Size||7 inches|
|RAM||512 MB ddr2|
|Hard Drive||2 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||2.8 hours|
ASUS Eee PC 2G Surf (7-Inch Display, Intel Mobile Processor, 512 MB RAM, 2 GB Hard Drive, Linux Preloaded) Lush Green
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|Sold By||—||TimeFly Tech||Trivalley Electronics and More||Action Gear||Amazon.com||ThinkShine|
|RAM Size||512 MB||8 GB||2 GB||2 GB||4 GB||2,048 MB|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Rockchip||Intel||Samsung|
|Processor Speed||—||3.5 GHz||2.16 GHz||1.8 GHz||2.58 GHz||1.7 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||—||3200X1800 pixels||1366x768||—||1366 x 768 pixels||1366x768|
|Screen Size||7 in||13.3 in||15.6 in||10.1 in||14 in||11.6 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||2 GB||0 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB|
|Item Dimensions||10 x 12.1 x 3.3 in||11.98 x 7.88 x 0.6 in||1 x 15.1 x 9.6 in||0.6 x 10.4 x 7.2 in||13.54 x 9.44 x 0.7 in||8.21 x 11.4 x 0.69 in|
|Item Weight||3.9 lbs||2.7 lbs||4 lbs||2 lbs||3.78 lbs||2.43 lbs|
|Operating System||Linux||Windows 10||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome||Chrome|
|RAM Type||DDR DRAM||Unknown||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11 B/G||802.11 A/C||802.11bgn||802.11 A/C||802.11bgn||802.11 a/b/g/n|
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Then, suddenly, although it still recognized my router's signal, it could not connect to it. Several hours of research on the internet came up with no fix, but did convince me that this is by no means an unusual problem with the Eee. I was never again able to make a wireless connection. Then system hangups began to occur more and more frequently until the computer finally locked completely. At that point I tried to reinstall the system, but the machine hung during the reinstall and was thereafter totally inert.
An (extended) phone call to Asus support resulted in a return authorization . Four days later a NEW computer arrived. I was delighted with the support. After finishing the initial start-up sequence I tried to make a connection to my router. No connection to the router could be made - nothing but a "pending" status. I have not yet heard from the support group about the wireless issue of this machine.
There are claims on the internet that both Ubuntu and Breezy (Puppy Linux) have both successfully addressed the Eee wireless problem.
The Eee 2G is everything I expected EXCEPT for WiFi. Unfortunately, it was the most important feature of the computer for me. If WiFi is important to you, I suggest that you hold off on your purchase until Asus cleans up the problem.
I brought this with me to Malaysia for a short trip and found it to be extremely useful. It's very small and light weight. Wifi is virtually ubiquitous and free in Malaysia, so I was able to give this thing a run. I considered installing XP, but for what I do, which is essentially exclusively surf the Internet, I now think this would be pointless. The OS which comes with the Eee is both stable and functional. Not only that, it boots-up within seconds. Try that with XP. I had a few people approach me and make inquiries on the small laptop I had in my possession. All were impressed.
While very happy with this little puppy, there are however some downfalls. The screen's resolution is one. I found myself having to scroll across in order to read the full content of some, but not all websites.
The keyboard is another issue. While it's fine for sending off a quick email, anything more than that is a hinderance.
The mouse pad is too small, leading to frustration incorrectly scrolling or choosing a particular tab within Firefox for example.
While not a grand slam, it is a home run. Asus has done a formidable job with this 2G and I fully recommend it. While some may not consider $300 disposable, I can say that if this were get lost or stolen, it would be easy to replace.
That is one comment I get from everyone, "That's the smallest notebook I've ever seen!" It really is small, under 9" x 6 ¼ x 1 ½". It fits in my purse and I can take it anywhere.
I don't find the smaller a keyboard a problem at all. Of course, I am a woman with long, slender fingers. Perhaps a person with larger hands would find difficulty.
This little thing goes in my purse and it's been dropped, but nothing ever broke and no data has been lost. The flash drive feature helps, as I'm not worried about breaking a delicate hard drive.
It's easy to get a WIFI connection when one is available. Once the network connection is established, reconnecting is easy. All the information and passwords are stored. Just select the network and click "connect." I found the WIFI works very well, and surfing speed is quick, but I wanted internet everywhere, so I got a Sprint Airbus 595U.
Setting up the 595U was a bear. I don't know Xandros, the operating system that came installed. It took me three whole days of surfing the internet to find instructions, trial and error through which I thought I might just mess everything up so badly I'd need to reinstall everything from scratch -- until I finally found someone who posted step-by-step instructions for installing this thing (bless him, but I can't remember where I found the instructions). Now that it's set up, I can connect quickly and easily.
The computer comes with Firefox, which I found easy to use. I installed Glubble so that my children could surf safely. I highly recommend Glubble to anyone giving this to their kids.
There is no email client built in, but I was able to get Thunderbird working by browsing the internet. It's under the "work" tab and not the "internet" tab, so not as convenient as it could be, but I'm happy with Thunderbird.
I've watched entire tv episodes via my 595U connection on one charge. Impressive. It lasts up to 2 hours, sometimes less, depending on what I'm doing.
Once I got it configured just so, this computer is everything I wanted it to be. My kids use it more than I do, and I bring it with me whenever I need a computer or I know my kids will be waiting somewhere for a long time (i.e., doctor's office or sibling's activity) and will be bored. It's a terrific buy.
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