ASUS Introduces the All-New Eee PC

"Eee PC provides users with a new mobile experience - appealing to a wide range of users, both young and old, experienced with technology or not."

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The ASUS Eee PC will launch in the UK on November 12th for £219 inc VAT (4G model) and will be available in both Pearl White and Galaxy Black. Furthermore there will be a full public UK unveiling at this weekend's What HiFi Sound & Vision/Best of Stuff Show at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith (2nd - 4th November) so drop by to see demonstrations of the Eee PC in addition to other exciting new ASUS products.

"This delightful little computer is incredibly easy to use but at the same time is packed full of technology," said Sean Malony, Intel Executive VP, GM of Sales & Marketing Group, "Intel is delighted to partner with ASUS on the development on this project, and we would like to once again extend our congratulations to the ASUS team of engineers and researchers."
Sean Malony also said, "This tremendous company (ASUS), with nearly 20 years of technological breakthroughs, has tackled one problem after another in the industry, and we believe that the Eee PC will be significant in bringing computing and Internet access to more and more children and people around the world - realizing Intel's World Ahead Program."

Easy to Learn, Work and Play
Learn the latest technology without the manual! For an easy hands-on experience, the Eee PC offers two modes of intuitive user interface design in order to accommodate both experienced and inexperienced PC users. The Eee PC is also Windows XP compatible. With over 40 built-in applications, the Eee PC offers a dynamic computing experience for education, work and play!

Excellent Internet Experience
Built-in WLAN connectivity allows users to stay connected for dynamic Internet usage on the go. With the Eee PC users can share photos without waiting to get home; connect face to face with just a few clicks; enjoy online entertainment live; stay on top of emails to stay ahead at work and more!

Excellent on-the-Go
The 7" Eee PC is only 0.92kg with large flash-based storage capacity and built-in webcam for compact mobility with wireless freedom. The special solid-state disc design based on built-in flash-memory gives the Eee PC a great shock-proof advantage over traditional notebook PCs allowing extra flexibility and a worry free mobile computing experience.

The Eee PC

Wow, it is tiny! Now I know why they call it the "Eee". Discuss on forums.
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Most Recent Comments

20-09-2007, 01:13:08

I find it hard to believe that the ancient Danger Den TDX is better than the Storm and Fuzion....

20-09-2007, 04:12:24

If you need one for review i have some :P

20-09-2007, 13:35:13

aqua, ill review one , if it beats my fusion ill pay for it full retail price if not ill send it back

20-09-2007, 15:04:06


aqua, ill review one , if it beats my fusion ill pay for it full retail price if not ill send it back

That's not how reviews work tbh :p

20-09-2007, 15:26:06


ok ill arrange a review with OC3D :D

20-09-2007, 16:48:24


That's not how reviews work tbh :p

i know but i've had one in my basket 3 times today but just need to see diffrent reviews lol

21-09-2007, 06:25:10

I find it hard to believe that the temp difference between one of the test setups was close to 42.

26-09-2007, 07:59:18

Anyone got linkage to the full testing?? Those results go against the results of more or less every tester worldwide who's done any comparative work of current vs older gen blocks...

I'm afraid that's a set of test results I'd rather summarily ignore until full details of the testing are revealed, as the results look VERY fishy.

EDIT: In fact, the results look like all testing was done on an exposed die old 32bit processor (Barton generation possibly, which I know HWLuxx were using as their testrig a while ago)... then the results fall kind of into shape... altho the position of the TDX is still way off in relation to everything else...

04-09-2008, 05:03:24

I know this is a rather large thread revival, but did it ever get reviewed?

04-09-2008, 06:05:25

Doubt it but there has been random reviews using loads that it has featured in and its nothing special. But then again we have v2 and GTZ now.

Kelvin and centigrade are equal in temperature difference. However if you say it cooled to 0*C then it cools to 273K. It won't cool to less than 273K because it relies on ambient temperatures so 30K is way off. As someone pointed out to do that you would need liquid helium or perhaps liquid hydrogen.

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