Results for "asus eee"

ASUS Eee PC 1215N gets reviewed: bargain 12-inches

ASUS Eee PC 1215N gets reviewed: bargain 12-inches

When is a netbook not really a netbook?  Why, when it gets a desktop version of Intel's Atom CPU, has notebook-style Optimus graphics, and - arguably - a larger display than 10.1-inches.  By those counts, ASUS should be calling their Eee PC 1215N a 12.1-inch ultraportable not a netbook, but then they might put the price up from $499 and, according to Laptop, then we'd be missing out on something of a bargain.

Continue Reading

Asus Eee 30GB USB Hard Drive is 1.8-Inches, Only $30

Asus Eee 30GB USB Hard Drive is 1.8-Inches, Only $30

When it comes to external hard drives, you don't want something that's as big as your keyboard sitting on your desk, next to your monitor. The whole idea is to have something compact, but that's perfectly capable of holding all of your necessary data. And, when it comes to the new Asus Eee 30GB hard drive, you'll have to keep it limited to the bare essentials.

Continue Reading

Asus Eee PC 1201K uses AMD Geode NX1750 CPU

Asus Eee PC 1201K uses AMD Geode NX1750 CPU

I remember sitting in a meeting with AMD folks at CES a couple years back when netbooks were just getting popular and thinking they would be eating their words when they told me they weren’t going to offer netbook hardware. Today we have a new netbook from Asus called the Eee 1201K that uses that AMD netbook processor they didn't want to offer a few years back.

Continue Reading

ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC, EP121 and Eee Tablet get official

ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC, EP121 and Eee Tablet get official

Computex 2010 doesn't kick off in earnest until tomorrow, but a few of the big name exhibitors have snuck in ahead with some early press conferences today.  ASUS are first out of the gate with their iPad competition, and they're taking a three-pronged approach: the ASUS Eee Pad will be available in 10-inch (EP101TC) and 12-inch (EP121) variants, and offer Windows Embedded Compact 7 and Windows 7 Home Premium respectively, while the ASUS Eee Tablet is a monochrome digital notebook, packing 2,450dpi touchscreen input sensitivity and targeted at note-takers like students.

Continue Reading

Prev 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next