I don’t think jkkmobile ever met an Asus Eee that he didn’t find a way to put a touchscreen on. And yes, he’s at it again, this time demoing the steps needed to add a touchscreen to the Asus Eee 901.
jkk, and others, have proven that the Eee is indeed mod-able by the end user. It brings to mind and interesting question. With the wave of ultra-sub-mini-net-low cost-mobile notebooks about to land, how many and which of the other devices will be so easily configurable?
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