Asus Eee PC 900SD
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Good price for any netbook, pretty cheap. Small and light, easy to carry around and pack away. Durable enough with an SSD to handle some rough treatment.
The Cons:Runs fairly hot, which makes the fan run all the time. Doesn't have extremely fast performance, can get pretty laggy if you run too much at once. Keyboard isn't full sized, takes a little getting used to the slightly cramped layout.
The Eee PC 900SD is a netbook PC that offers a blend of entertainment and business features from Asus' 2009 lineup. The netbook features an 8.9" LCD display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and Asus' Super Hybrid Engine for improved performance.
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It has an Intel Celeron processor, up to 1GB of DDR2 memory, and differs from the 900 model since it has an 8GB solid state drive. Like the 900, the Eee PC 900SD is designed very lightweight, at only 0.99kg, and includes an SD card reader, built-in microphone, webcam, and stereo speakers. It offers Wi-Fi connectivity as well as optional 3.5G and has a VGA port and 3 USB ports. The netbook provides a battery life of up to 4 hours and operates on either Windows XP Home or Linux. The Eee PC 900SD is available in a variety of finishes including shiny white, shiny black, purple, blue, or champagne gold.
- 8.9" LCD display
- 1024 x 600 pixel resolution
- Intel Celeron M353 Processor
- Super Hybrid Engine
- Up to 1GB DDR2 SDRAM
- Up to 8GB SSD
- Integrated SD Slot
- Up to 4-hour Battery Life
- Built-in 0.3-megapixel Webcam, Microphone & Speakers
- Available Colors: Shiny White, Shiny Black, Purple, Blue, Champagne Gold
- Connectivity: 802.11b/g WiFi, Optional 3.5G
- Ports: VGA, Headphone/Line-Out, 3 x USB, RJ-45
- Windows XP Home Edition or Linux OS
- Weight: Approx. 0.99kg
User Reviews (1)
good price for any netbook, pretty cheap
small and light, easy to carry around and pack away
durable enough with an SSD to handle some rough treatment
handles basic tasks like surfing the web or word processing with ease
runs fairly hot, which makes the fan run all the time
doesn't have extremely fast performance, can get pretty laggy if you run too much at once
keyboard isn't full sized, takes a little getting used to the slightly cramped layout
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