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Asus Eee PC 900HA


$350.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Best band for your buck of any eee PC. Stays true to the small size and weight of the original eee, yet includes many of the advanced features included as the series progressed. Powered by Atom, better resolution than original eee (same as larger 10" version), large disk, includes better 1.3MP webcam over the 900A.

The Cons:No bluetooth or wireless N. Disk drive is more easily broken than solid state alternative. To date availability has been poor.

The latest addition to the Eee PC 900 series, Asus has focused on providing the best bang for the buck with the 900HA. Featuring the 900 series' body size (the same as the smaller 7" model), an 8.9" LED backlit screen with a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels, and a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, the 900HA comes with a cheaper and more reasonable 160GB 5400rpm hard disk, 1GB of DDR2 memory, standard wireless (B/G), a 0.3MP webcam and a 4 cell battery.

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Rated at 4-5 hours of runtime, the 900HA is set to sell for an attractive $349.99 - much more acceptable than the earlier 900's and 901's price tags of $500-600. A 10" version (the 1000HA) was also launched at the same time.

Features

  • CPU/RAM: 1.6GHz Intel Atom, 1GB of DDR2
  • Screen/Graphics: 8.9" LED backlit screen, 1024 x 600, powered by onboard Intel GMA 950 graphics
  • Storage/Optical: 160GB 5400rpm HDD, none
  • Networking: Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g
  • 1.3MP webcam & microphone
  • 4-cell battery (4-5 hours runtime)

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  • 3

    best band for your buck of any eee PC

  • 3

    stays true to the small size and weight of the original eee, yet includes many of the advanced features included as the series progressed

  • 3

    powered by Atom, better resolution than original eee (same as larger 10" version), large disk, includes better 1.3MP webcam over the 900A

Cons
  • 0

    no bluetooth or wireless N

  • -1

    disk drive is more easily broken than solid state alternative

  • -1

    to date availability has been poor

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