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Nine inch Eees get their nine inch nails

Asus is calling time on its 9″ netbooks, announcing the end for its 901- and 904-series machines. The lineup will move almost entirely to 10″ models, with only 5 percent of its output to be ultra-cheap 7″ models. I’m fond … Continue reading

Eee 701 modded into swank tablet netbook

Over at the Mobile01 forums, user design529 hasn’t just installed a touchscreen in his Asus Eee PC 701… he’s fully converted it into a tablet with a custom chassis that weighs half a pound less than the original netbook. It’ll … Continue reading

Asus 1000HE: the first netbook with a truly usable keyboard

Laptop Magazine has gotten a sneak peak at the new Asus Eee 1000HE and the new chiclet style keyboard is a great success, allowing the reviewer to rattle off over 83 words per minute, plucking gingerly down on the right … Continue reading

CrunchEee Linux: minimalist distro for Asus netbooks

A lightweight derivative of Ubuntu Linux, CrunchBang is designed for the limited display resolution (and the hardware profile) of Asus’ Eee PC range of netbooks. It’s also limited in size, offering a few basic apps like Firefox, but otherwise maintaining … Continue reading

Super Mario Land etched on an Eee

With the help of NYC Resistor, Flickr user revolvingdork etched the entire world map of Super Mario Land for the Nintendo Gameboy on the case of his Eee netbook. I assume he used a pattern he found on the Internet, … Continue reading

Asus ups luxury netbooks up to 12 inches, makes them not netbooks anymore

Asus’ S121 follows on the heels of its luxury netbook, the S101, with the only major difference being a horizontal expansion to 12 inches.. at which point, the designation of “netbook” no longer applies. For some reason, this really irks … Continue reading


Asus launches pink Eee PC S101 [Lilliputing]

Asus announces Eee Top, a touchscreen all-in-one

Asus’ latest exploitation of the by now meaningless Eee brand: the Eee Top, a cheap, 15.6-inch all-in-one touchscreen, featuring six USB ports, a 4-in-1 card readers, 160GB of hard drive space and the ubiquitous 1.6GHz Intel Atom and 1GB of … Continue reading

Asus prepares its own Android phone

According to the Digitimes, Asus is planing an Android phone of their very own, to launch in the first half of next year. This bit of news leads Gadget Lab’s Charlie Sorrel to evacuate his wishful thinking bladder into a … Continue reading

Asus promises touchscreen Eee in 2009

The next obvious step is the tablet netbook. Tablets have never really hit the mainstream at their price, but a cheap netbook tablet could be marketed as an affordable, digital Etch-A-Sketch, useful not just for idle MS Painting but also … Continue reading