Spot the Birdie?
I demand a refund - there is an Eee PC article without the obligatory totty!
Asus has sexed-up the 10in end of its Eee PC line with a new-look glossy design it hopes will win buyers who might have otherwise opted for rival netbooks. Asus Eee PC 1002HA Asus' Eee PC 1002HA: catching up with rivals' sexy netbooks? So, will you please welcome the 1in-thick Eee PC 1002HA, a 1.2kg machine with a more …
You're starting to get bored of which netbook's what?
Either you're getting bored of all netbooks generally or you're getting bored of all netbooks' something or other, or you're getting bored of a specific netbook's something or other.
Try googling greengrocers' apostrophe and then improve your engish for your next posting.
Low-end Netbooks have already been done to death now, seriously, how many do we need? I don't think there's much of a point in releasing all of these clones, not until someone feels like putting a dual core Atom inside one or something.
It would be nice to see someone cram some medium or even high-end stuff in to a Netbook, okay, I know that Sony have pretty much already done that (Sony Vaio TT) but a little bit more variety never hurt anyone.
I have an Asus 900 (or possibly 900A, never could figure the diff). After playing with it for a while, I nuked the OS and installed Ubuntu-eee on it. Made life a shyte-load easier, including installing apps (including Windows apps, thanks to WINE).
Only thing missing: a 3G connection. I have a USB modem stick, but the current version of Ubuntu-eee refuses to recognise it. Luckily, I just tested Ubuntu 8.10 on a laptop and found that *it* recognises the modem. So, looking forward to 1/1/09 when Ubuntu-eee 8.10 will be released - my eee will be complete! ^_^
I will then mod it into a book.
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