We saw leaked piccies of the white Atom-powered Eee PC 901 t'other week, but now it's the turn of the black version to find pictures of itself slip out of Asus and appear on the web. Once again, the shots come from French-language fansite Blogeee.net, which clearly has a mole inside Asus' art department. Here's just a taster of …
Where is our Asus babe on the beach?
Bring here back!
Paris. A poor substitute for the Asus beach babe...
White ASUS EEE and a White babe on a beach.
Black ASUS EEE and no babe on a beach.
Maybe we should call the Politically Correct Police to get this discrimination sorted out.
Women and dreams
It seems naked without a bikini-clad woman hanging off it.
There seems to be something missing from those piccies of the Eee.
But... has it got a large one?
Oh and make sure it has a big battery. All UK customers of the 900 got shafted with a small one and no intention from Asus to give a better sized battery. Perhaps they think we will watch the girl picture and our batteries (well generally male ones) grow in anticipation.
Im sure PH knows how to add extra charge to make her batteries grow...
Are ASUS beach-babes available in black?
They should be, ASUS are a PC company...................
Paris - same reason.
spied in the wild photos are they? I'm not saying they're fakes, but these pics could just be some very nice renders :)
Will I still use my beige systems?
I've heard that once you have black, you never go back.
This is of concern to me, as I still have some beige systems.
Paris, because she'll have anything, as long as it's 'hot'.
Do they have it in yellow? >)
Having the Eee in black just makes it look like every other laptop out there - nothing particularly special about it except the small size, I really like my white 701 because for one you can see the keys much easier in lower light conditions and will be getting a white 900 when the Atom version is released.
more eee pc modles
I like this one
but I suspect this one is closer to most eee pc buyers
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