Laptop Mag has been on a tear with reviews of some of the new ultra-sub-mini-net-low cost portables. They’ve posted a review (first I’ve seen) of the Asus Eee 1000H PC by Joanna Stern that begins with a great analogy to Russian nesting dolls. Anyone who can work a reference to matryoshkas into a tech review is on to something in my book.
But on to the review. Joanna covers the device ranging from the viewing angles, to the improved sound, and the other features in Asus’ latest, including screen resolution switching and the Super Hybrid Engine Switcher. That Super Hybrid Engine Switcher is activated by a button that allows you to overclock from 1.2GHz through 1.6GHz to 1.8GHz.
Well worth a read if you’re interested in this device, or even this range of devices.
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