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Asus continues to broaden their Eee PC line of netbooks, as we roll through the first quarter of 2009. Clearly, however, Asus was aiming more for evolutionary than revolutionary with its latest Eee PC 1000HE.  Even though it's largely unchanged from its siblings, there are still enough refinements to the product here to take notice. For the most part, Asus took aim at rival machines that were praised for their usability and portability but hammered when it came time to examine battery life. Essentially, the 1000HE wraps up everything the world has come to know and love about the Eee netbook line, but also offers a few enhancements like a faster Atom N280 processor, a new keyboard layout... Read more...
The big news from ASUS during this year's Mobile World Congress was undoubtedly its partnership with Garmin on two Nuvifones. But hidden from the spotlight was this gem -- news of a forthcoming Eee PC that would handle Windows 7 and feature integrated WiMAX. The company is scheduled to actually demonstrate a pair of 3.5G, Win7-based netbooks at the Barcelona show, with both the Eee PC 1003HA and the Eee PC T91 being chosen as guinea pigs.For the purposes of the demo, the latest build of Windows 7 Beta will be installed, and if those model numbers caught you off guard, here's the details on those. The 1003HA features a 10-inch LED-backlit display, 160GB of hard drive space, an additional 10GB... Read more...
ASUS Announces the Upgraded Eee PC 1000HE, Available Now for Pre-Order-- First netbook to feature Intel Atom N280 processor, the new Eee PC offers more power, 9.5 hours of battery life, and comfort and style -- FREMONT, CALIFORNIA (February 2, 2009) - ASUS, the innovator who revolutionized the mobile computing landscape with the original Eee PC netbook, today announces its most powerful and long-lasting Eee PC yet – the 1000HE. Available for pre-order from selected online E-tailers, the Eee PC 1000HE is the pinnacle of netbook computing, offering more power, longer battery life, increased comfort and legendary ASUS quality.World’s First Atom N280 NetbookWith the extra power of the Intel Atom... Read more...
ASUS' Eee PC S101 may be incredibly gorgeous, but what's the use in having good looks if you've no room to store anything? The US version of the aforesaid netbook comes with just 16GB of internal space, and evidently, Super Talent understands just how serious a travesty that really is. Thus, said SSD maker is pumping out a new line of S101 replacement drives, giving owners the opportunity to double or quadruple the native storage capacity. The line, which was "specially designed as an upgrade for the ASUS Eee PC S101," contains a trifecta of models: the 16GB FPM16RSE, 32GB FPM32RSE and 64GB FPM64RSE. All three offer up a SATA interface and deliver 90MB/sec maximum sequential read speeds and up... Read more...
Today we’re beginning to wind up our CES 2009 coverage with a look at Asus’ offerings. Asus had a plethora of new high tech gadget goodness on display, true to their usual form. First we'll jump right into video spotlight coverage of their booth and a few standout products. Then you can pour through our image galleries amongst the sea of new technology that Asus churns out like modern day Techno-Keebler Elves on a RedBull binge. Check it out...ASUS CES 2009 Highlights and The Eee Keyboard... Read more...
Though this year's CES was unusually quiet in terms of attendance, and even a few exhibitors pulling no-shows, Asus had a plethora of new high tech gadget goodness on display, true to their usual form. We stopped by the booth and spent some time on a tour with David Ray, Vivian Lien, Brian Jang and Peter Clark of Asus, who featured four spotlight products and also discussed the new Asus WePC program in detail.  If you've been tuning in regularly here, you would have noticed that HotHardware.com is a guest author on the WePC.com site, where you the reader can register and contribute your own ideas and creativity for your future ultimate... Read more...
Could Google's Android be positioned as a viable netbook operating system? Freelance writers Matthäus Krzykowski & Daniel Hartmann think so,  and in about four hours have compiled the mobile device platform to run on an Asus EEEPC 1000H netbook. The Android Open Source Project and its push to use the platform and applications on more devices could extend well to netbook's. "For Silicon Valleys myriad of software companies, it means a well-backed, open operating system that is open and ripe for exploitation for building upon. Now think of Chrome, Google’s web browser, and the richness it allows developers to build into the browser’s relationship with the desktop — all of this could... Read more...
It's official; Asus has unveiled a new version of its Eee Box nettop. The Asus Eee Box B203 is a near-clone of the B202, with one notable change: it swaps out the Intel Atom CPU for an Intel C220 Celeron. It seems a reasonable move: while the Atom is more energy efficient, this is a desktop, not a netbook, and plugged in all day. It had been rumored that Asus was planning the change. Aside from that the specs seem pretty standard: up to 2 GB of RAM, up to a 160 GB HD, Windows XP Home, 802.11n, Gigabit LAN, 4 USB ports, and the like. While the pricing infomation hasn't been revealed, the Celeron is cheaper than the Atom, so hopefully they'll be a slight price reduction involved. DigiTimes, in... Read more...
ASUS Introduces the Completely Redesigned Eee PC 1002HA Netbook Slim, Light, Elegant: the Eee PC 1002HA Takes Netbook Design to New Heights While Delivering the Same Legendary Eee PC Mobility and Ease of Use Taipei, Taiwan, – ASUS, a worldwide leader in notebook design and the fastest growing notebook brand, today announced the newest member of its award-winning Eee PC family—the Eee PC 1002HA. Featuring a stylishly redesigned chassis adorned with a brushed aluminum LCD cover and palm rest, the Eee PC 1002HA is a sophisticated, lightweight, easy-to-use netbook that brings a touch of elegance and utility to everyday computing. Stylishly Thin and Light for Maximum Mobility The Eee PC 1002HA is... Read more...
ASUS Introduces World's Smallest Desktop PCs with HD CapabilityEee Box B204 and B206 Boast Hardware Decoder and HDMI Output for Superb HD Home Entertainment Taipei, Taiwan – ASUS today unveiled HD versions of its popular Eee Box—a tiny 1L-sized desktop PC—that it launched in June 2008. With the new Eee Box B204 and B206, users will be able to enjoy viewing hardware-accelerated HD content on LCD TVs, monitors and projectors via an HDMI output—making them ideal for families seeking a simple, space-saving home entertainment solution. The Eee Box B204 and B206 are also preinstalled with Eee Cinema, a full-featured media player that enables users to play high definition content easily. Eee Cinema... Read more...
ASUS Introduces the Completely Redesigned Eee PC 1002HA Netbook-- Slim, light, elegant; the new Eee PC 1002HA takes Netbook design to new heights while delivering the same legendary Eee PC mobility and ease of use -- FREMONT, CALIFORNIA (December 1, 2008) - ASUS, a worldwide leader in notebook design and the fastest growing notebook brand, today announced the newest member of the award-winning Eee PC family – the Eee PC 1002HA. Featuring a redesigned chassis with a brushed aluminum LCD cover and palm rest, the 1002HA is a sophisticated, lightweight, easy to use netbook that brings a touch of elegance to every day computing. Thin-and-light The 1002HA was designed for maximum mobility, and weighs... Read more...
Yesterday, at a posh New York hotel suite in Manhattan, Asus held a coming-out event that we decided to attend, mixing it up a little with the glitz-n-glamor set if you will.  With a Jazz band droning in a Miles Davis sort of groove permeating the air, some Champagne, and a sprinkling of model-quality hotties tip-toeing about showing off the wares, Asus wanted to make a statement about their new Eee PC S101.  Above all, this product is about quality and style.  Asus' new Eee PC S101 is a 10" Eee PC variant that comes pre-loaded with Windows XP SP3 and nearly identical specs to the Eee PC 1000H, except for some rather healthy chassis design changes and a selection of higher... Read more...
In an interview with Laptop, ASUS' CEO, Jerry Shen, confirmed that ASUS will introduce a new Eee PC sometime in the second half of 2009 that will have a touch screen and run Windows 7. Given that Microsoft has said it plans general availability of the new operating system around January 2010, there’s a bit of a discrepancy here. Promising more details in the first quarter of next year (we’re guessing CES), Shen also indicated that the company doesn’t plan on putting Vista on any of the Eee PCs.Other noteworthy snippets from the interview: The company has sold four million Eee PCs to date. Touch-enabled Eee PCs are coming in early 2009. ASUS is exploring a convertible mode and a regular laptop... Read more...
Super Talent Launches SSDs for Asus Eee PCsUp to 64GB Mini PCI-Express Cards Give Eee PC Users New Upgrade Options San Jose, California – October 7, 2008 – Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced a new line of mini PCI-Express SSDs, available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, that were designed explicitly for the Asus Eee PC. Standard Eee PCs have maximum 20GB of storage. These cost-effective upgrade cards offer up to 64GB of solid state storage. Super Talent’s Mini PCIe cards have been tested extensively with Asus Eee PCs to ensure performance and compatibility. Super Talent Director of Marketing, Joe James mentioned,... Read more...
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