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ASUS Eee PC 1000HA gets new keyboard

ASUS Eee PC 1000HA gets new keyboard

ASUS announced today that they would now be offering their super popular Eee PC 1000HA netbook model with a new addition: a chiclet-style keyboard that's more comfortable and easier to use.

Prior to the update, some of the keys were in non-traditional places, making typing by touch difficult. But that's remedied now, and the 92% keyboard feels comfortable and responds easily and accurately since the keys are separated and blocky.

Battery life has also been increased to 7 hours thanks to energy-saving components like the Intel Atom processor, the LED-backlit display and the Super Hybrid Engine or SHE, which lets you adjust power consumption as you see fit. Other specs include 1GB of RAM, a 10.2-inch screen with a 1,024 x 600 resolution, a 160GB HDD, Wi-Fi B and G and 10GB of online storage. You can get the revised Eee PC 1000HA now for $349.

ASUS Eee PC Keyboard landing June from $400

ASUS Eee PC Keyboard landing June from $400

ASUS are planning two versions of the ASUS Eee PC Keyboard, one using wired HDMI and the other featuring Wireless HDMI, according to company chairman Jonney Shih.  The ASUS Eee PC Keyboard - which builds an Intel-powered nettop into a QWERTY keyboard, along with a 5-inch touchscreen, and is intended for multimedia use - is on target for a Q2 2009 launch, with Shih suggesting June was most likely.

ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Shell, S121 512GB SSD & Eee Keyboard at CeBIT

ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Shell, S121 512GB SSD & Eee Keyboard at CeBIT

Further details on ASUS' rumored luxury netbook, the Eee PC Shell, have emerged, ahead of a predicted launch at CeBIT.  The netbook will be known as the ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Shell, with the company focusing on giving it longer battery life than the S101 it replaces.  Meanwhile the company is also believed to be bringing the Eee PC S121 to CeBIT, complete with 512GB SSD and 120GB HDD versions.

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ASUS Eee PC 1000HE early tests: no vast N280 improvement, keyboard good

ASUS Eee PC 1000HE early tests: no vast N280 improvement, keyboard good

ASUS only announced the Eee PC 1000HE on Monday, but LaptopMag have already had a chance to play with what's set to be the first Intel Atom N280 model on the market.  Aesthetically the biggest difference between the 1000HE and its 1000H predecessor is the new VAIO/MacBook style "chiclet" keyboard, but it's the grunt of this netbook that we're really interested in: Intel have previously promised much improved HD video playback from the new GD40 chipset.  Update: There's no GD40 in this 1000HE, and there won't be in any production model.

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ASUS Eee Top v.2 to have battery, wireless keyboard & mouse

ASUS Eee Top v.2 to have battery, wireless keyboard & mouse

The ASUS Eee Top all-in-one touchscreen PC isn't even on customers' desks yet, and the company are already talking about what features its successor might bring.  Already in development, the second-gen Eee Top will include a wireless keyboard and mouse together with an internal rechargeable battery to turn it into a portable media center.

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 vs Prime Hands-on

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 vs Prime Hands-on

We've had enough time now with the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 that it's finally time to put it to the test - a hardware-to-hardware comparison with its predecessor the Transformer Prime. What you're going to see is that the first-ever tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor as well as the first ever tablet with officially licensed Ice Cream Sandwich is so extremely similar to the TF300 that it's difficult to tell the two apart. It's the cost of the units then that might be the sway point for most potential users - could it all be so simple?

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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 Review

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 Review

If the ASUS Transformer Prime seemed like a masterpiece of a 10.1-inch Android tablet to you but you decided to wait and see if ASUS would release a slightly lower-cost model of nearly the same thing - you're in luck. What we've got here is the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300, This 10.1-inch tablet comes with Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box, has its own unique keyboard dock (sold separately) and comes in Royal Blue (which we've got here,) Torch Red, and Iceberg White. Let's have a look at what makes this model cost a bit less than the Prime and if it still seems appealing without the added frills.

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