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Popular topic at the moment seems to be battery life. Warner put it at the top of his list of what slate makers need to do. Meanwhile, ASUS and Apple have both upped the ante with promises of 10+ hours of notebook battery life. (more...).
Joanna Stern has a thorough rundown of the ASUS Eee PC T101MT convertible tablet netbook, including everything you could possibly want to know about the touch experience, though once you read it, you won't want to experience it for yourself.
The wait is over in the US on ASUS's tablet PC, the Eee PC T101MT. If you cast your eyes in the direction of Amazon, 10.1-inch multitouch convertible netbook is available for purchase for the low price of $499.
Asus has released a rendered video demo of the Asus Eee T101MT, basically a 10.1" version of the T91MT. It's a little more than two minutes long, which was about a minute longer than I needed to realize it's basically a shortened version of the video we saw earlier for ...
News out of Digitimes is that Asustek is preparing something they're calling the "Eee Pad". "Great," I thought, "protective gear for ASUS Eee netbooks! Hope they come in different colors." But then I read on to learn they were not like knee pads, but rather like tablet ...
Word out of Electronista is the ASUS Eee PC T101 tablet may be on hold 'til September, depending on sales performance of the T91.
My lovely wife Thomasin loves to use a Netbook. She got started with the original Asus Eee PC and uses the HP Mini 1000 now. When she saw the Asus Eee PC T91 Tablet that I was reviewing she got excited and wanted to check it out.
JKK, from jkkmobile.com is at Computex 2009, where Asus showed off its newest EEE PC. Unlike the rest of the EEE line of netbooks that are constrained by restrictions placed on the devices by Microsoft, the Snapdragon smartbook is running an expanded version of the Andr...
I'm not sure if this unscientific test proves anything or not, but it sure is fun. For what it is worth the results are surprising.
I woke up to a flurry of emails this morning, 90% of which were notifications from Facebook about changes Asus was making to their Facebook Fan page.
The lines between netbooks and notebooks continue to blur it seems. Digtimes is reporting that Asus is prepping an Eee PC with an optical drive to be released mid-April.
This Asus promotional video is trumpeting the vaunted Eee PC and what you can do with all day battery life. I guess this pleasant country setting, replete with farm animals, is meant for Europe where 3G coverage in the country is supposed to be better than it is here in...
Today's LogicBuy.com Deal of the Day features $35 off Asus' Eee PC 1000HE NEW 10.1-inch ASUS Eee PC 1000HE Netbook in Blue (model no.
Today's LogicBuy.com Deal of the Day features another hot one: Asus' EeePC 1000HA for$299. Expires 2/22/09. ASUS 10-inch Eee PC 1000HA Netbook in Fine Ebony (EPC1000HA-BLK001X) on sale for $389.99 - $40 off instantly = $299.99 plus FREE shipping.
As Rob posted from the floor, Asus aims to impress again with a tablet version of the ever popular EEE PC. Even though this can be seen as just another EEE device, the significance of that swiveling hinge cannot be understated.
Asus showing a Eee PC T91 8.9 inch Intel Atom Z520 processor.
And you wonder why Intel's VP of Sales and Marketing Stu Pann is poo-pooing Netbooks. PCWorld is reporting that Netbooks dominated Amazon.com's Cyber Monday sales in computers.
I'm not quite sure how I feel about this one and it makes me wonder if somebody doesn't have too much time on their hands. According to Eee PC News, (link is translated) there is now an Asus Eee 901 PC mod with a leather case.
Call it a war of words, or a war of claims, or just good old fashioned competition. Whatever you call it the Netbook wars are heating up.
Like we said, it wouldn't take long before we saw more. Laptop Mag installed the pre-beta of Windows 7 on the Asus Eee PC 1000H. Aside from some video playback issues they seemed pleased at the result.
I love to write about technology, life, and other topics that just come to mind. Productive writing, though, requires a decent keyboard, and in my opinion, tablet pc technology.
Somehow I knew this would happen with the Eee PC. The iPod caught me by suprise though. According to an article on CrunchGear in just a few weeks here in the US we'll start seeing the Asus Eee PC and iPods on sale at Toys R Us.
Nothing like a little wine, a little music, a little dancing in the square, and a little mobile device. Xavier at Notebooks.com took a little trip to Venice and found himself in one of those wonderful town squares with restaurants, music, and dancing.
Interesting interview from Laptop Magazine that is worth a read. Joanna Stern chatted with Asus CEO Jerry Shen and got some interesting answers from the man who runs the company that shook everything up this year. You should read the entire review but Joanna listed t...
With details about Windows 7 about to be unveiled at PDC2008, it looks like some OEMs are beginning to let slip some info about their devices that are going to incorporate the touch capabilities included in the new OS.
The Asus Eee PC has certainly captured a lot of attention for its small size and low price of $399. Is it the mobile solution for its target market of young people and non-power users, who just need to send out an email, or create a quick document? Time will certai...