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Asus Eee PC 1008HA


$429.00 Released May, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large keyboard with standard right shift, improve usability over the chicklet style. Slim and light. Aesthetically pleasing.

The Cons:Non-replaceable battery. Expensive due to 3.75G and WiMAX. Wider body due to large keyboard - creates large screen bezel.

Introduced in early March 2009 at CeBit, the Eee PC 1008HA is a new ultra-portable netbook by Asus. Intended for mobile professionals or consumers that simply can't be without an Internet connection, the 1008HA specializes in WWAN data with both 3.75G (HSPA) and WiMAX.

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Product Shot 2 At 1" thick and weighing in at only 2.4 pounds the device features the standard 10" screen and a 92% full keyboard. Specifications for the device are not yet solid, however the standard fare is expected. The device will cost $429.

Features

  • CPU / RAM: Intel Atom (undetermined model/clockspeed)
  • Display: 10.2" (standard 1024x600px resolution is assumed)
  • Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, optional 3.75G, WiMAX
  • Extras: 1.3MP camera, 92%-scaled keyboard,

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Pros
  • 2

    large keyboard with standard right shift, improve usability over the chicklet style

  • 2

    slim and light

  • 2

    aesthetically pleasing

  • 2

    802.11 N and Bluetooth standard

  • 2

    respectable 4-5h runtime

  • 2

    affordable compared to the last generation of luxury netbooks from Asus

  • 1

    Easy to use

Cons
  • 4

    non-replaceable battery

  • 2

    expensive due to 3.75G and WiMAX

  • 1

    wider body due to large keyboard - creates large screen bezel

  • 1

    slightly limited ports due to the thin nature of the device

  • 0

    standard 10" screen with 1,024 x 600px resolution - frame allows for a larger, higher resolution panel

  • 0

    not very innovative or attractive to the majority of consumers

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