ASUS EeePC 701 notebook
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  • From all of the sub-notebooks that are being released around the world, the ASUS EeePC 701 is definitely the most impressive notebook I've ever seen
  • Looking at it, it may not seem impressive, but this small machine is so amazing that you'd be amazed at the very low price you purchased for it - $400

    • by Karen
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      From all of the sub-notebooks that are being released around the world, the ASUS EeePC 701 is definitely the most impressive notebook I’ve ever seen.

      Looking at it, it may not seem impressive, but this small machine is so amazing that you’d be amazed at the very low price you purchased for it - $400. The computer comes with an Asus-specific Linux, but packs quite a punch with what it has to offer - two USB 2.0 ports, wireless internet, an SD slot, 4G-12G flash memory,


      ethernet cable port, speakers, a microphone and headset slot, an intelligent mouse pad and (on some other models) a webcam.

      Although the unit comes with Linux, it is very easy to install a version of Windows XP or Vista on the unit, just in case you aren’t too keen with using Linux. After editing a version of Windows to fit at least 2GB (it can be done with certain programs, by chopping Windows down to its bare-bones), it took about 45 minutes to install Windows XP ...


      • on the unit, as well as a few drivers from the ASUS site. The unit runs very quickly, and the fact that it’s so light sometimes makes me feel like I’m not carrying anything extra in my bag, unlike some other laptops. Although there isn’t a CD/DVD drive, a USB CD/DVD drive can be easily connected, or you can have files transferred from your main computer with the SD card so easy that a child can run this computer.

        There were a few things that

        I wasn’t very happy about - for instance, the unit tended to get hot very quickly, so it’s really good to use the unit on a table rather than having it on your lap. And the keyboard is kind of cramped, and it takes a few days to get used to it, but it’s definitely better than using your thumbs to type, like using a SideKick or another Smartphone.

        For the most part, this is a great unit for a great price. I suggest getting one today!!




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