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ASUS Eee PC 1002HA gets reviewed: stylish but at cost of battery life

ASUS Eee PC 1002HA gets reviewed: stylish but at cost of battery life

ASUS' Eee PC 1002HA promised an interesting blend of S101 style and somewhat more wallet-friendly pricing, with your $499 getting you brushed aluminum, sub-2.6lb weight and less than 1-inch thickness.  Underneath all that, though, there's the usual 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor and 1GB of RAM, raising the question of whether you're still just throwing money at design.  Liliputing have been finding out.

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ASUS Eee PC 1002HA: $499 on December 1st

ASUS Eee PC 1002HA: $499 on December 1st

ASUS's Eee PC 1002HA - which boasts the style of the S101 but a price more in line with the rest of the 1000-series netbooks - has finally made a live appearance, with LaptopMag spending some time with a very early pre-production unit.  Although non-functional (there was no hard-drive inside), it does show off the new Eee's slick design, which is expected to land in the US come the start of December.

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Asus Eee PC 1000HA Review

Asus Eee PC 1000HA Review

The choice of ASUS Eee PC models keeps getting larger, and the company shows little sign of stopping until there's a netbook variant for every individual person on the planet. On the SlashGear desk today is the Eee PC 1000HA, part of the company's largest 1000-series netbooks but coming in at the relatively bargain price of $429.99. Could this be the best balance of budget and functionality to date?

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ASUS confirm touchscreen Eee PCs, Windows 7 in 2009

ASUS confirm touchscreen Eee PCs, Windows 7 in 2009

The Eee PC will get at least two touchscreen variants announced in early 2009, with both convertible and standard notebook form-factor designs being explored.  That's the latest news from ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, who has been sharing some more details about what's become the largest netbook range on the market.  As well as the touchscreen models, ASUS have obviously decided to take Steve Ballmer at his word and miss Windows Vista out completely; instead, they're planning to introduce Windows 7 to netbooks in the second half of 2009.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 41 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 41 2008

Laptops big and small have monopolized the headlines this week, with the most anticipation being Apple's upcoming MacBook event on Tuesday October 14th.  SlashGear will be live-blogging the whole thing, so join us at http://Live.SlashGear.com at 10am PST.  Meanwhile the 'Brick' rumors of what Steve Jobs might be announcing keep on coming: we've seen water-jet cutting systems, $800 price-points and several purported photo leaks.  Of course, Apple are saying nothing until Tuesday; they're too busy blaming NVIDIA for a spate of MacBook graphics failures.

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Active Media unveils SaberTooth S4 SSD upgrades

Active Media unveils SaberTooth S4 SSD upgrades

Many of the most popular netbooks that Asus and other companies make use SSDs rather than traditional hard drives. The SSD helps the little systems get more run time out of their battery packs and helps them perform better. If you are looking for more performance from a netbook that came with an SSD from the factory, Active Media has a new line of upgrade SSDs called the SaberTooth S4 series.

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