Arstechnica published a very detailed review of the Asus Eee PC. The review also contains some interesting tips and tricks to optimize the Eee. Because the low-cost 7 inch notebook is running Linux it is possible to change many things.
Quote from the review: "Although the default software offered by the system is relatively decent and should meet the basic needs of most mainstream users, the real potential of the Eee PC will only be unlocked by experienced Linux enthusiasts and users who are willing to get their hands dirty at the command line.
The Eee PC is extremely easy to customize, and there are a number of very impressive power-user features that are available by default even in the basic mode interface."
Read the full review on Arstechnica.
Buy the Asus Eee:
Asus Eee PC 4G on NewEgg.
Asus Eee PC 8GB on NewEgg.
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