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Oct
2008



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asus s101

Asus has recently unveiled its new Asus Eee S101 whose features are designed and intended to more demanding users. As a matter of fact, apart from the Eee codename, the new Asus Eee S101 doesn’t share anything with the well-known cheap Asus ultraportables.

Its main features are:

  • Very thin case. (just 0.75-inches thick).
  • Atom N270 processor.
  • 1GB of RAM.
  • 10.2-inch 1024 x 600 LED-backlit display.
  • 802.11n WiFi.
  • Bluetooth 2.0.
  • 16GB SSD and 30GB HDD (hybrid storage).
  • 5.4 hours of battery life.
  • Windows XP operating system.

The new Asus Eee S101 is going to be available in the States on the 1st of November for $699.




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3 Comments to “Asus Eee S101”

  1. xISO_ZWT Says:

    I also have an eeepc1000hd. Too bad Linux wasn’t on it but I flushed it. Installed a combination I used on my other laptop, Debian SID/Lenny. Works like a charm, a lot quicker than xp home it had come with. Everything works, also boots up other distros on key drives and SD when I want to play.

  2. Web Talk Says:

    I agree with you. I bought my Asus Eee 901 just because of the price ($399) and because it was small enough for me to take it when I go around but these new little things are overpriced. A waste of money if you plan it to use as your first laptop!

  3. xISO_ZWT Says:

    Perhaps they targeting the people getting the U.S. corporate bailouts. Too expensive, underpowered, 8 year old operating system. Even at 67% of 699 it’s still too expensive. You can get dual cores and more ram for less than $599.


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