Asus Eee PC 1008HA To Be Release Soon

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Seashell netbook, the new thinnest and lightest netbook from Asus, is going to be available soon. The company has listed the new netbook on its global website, with the detail specification, and a few pictures of the machine.

Eee PC 1008HA

The review of Eee PC 1008HA is also available now. Check it out.

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2 Responses

  1. I bought this on impulse about a month ago for an upcoming stretch of working vacations and business travel this summer, and I am glad I did. Years of lugging around various brick-like laptops, just to keep up with email and make the occasional emergency document edit or ssh session, was getting old. A friend had a Macbook Air and I considered it, but the price was absurd. This seemed like a good compromise – plus by burning DVDs we would be able to keep our 2-year-old entertained with some shows on the plane, a plan which worked very well.

  2. Three words for this netbook: Stilysh, compact, slim. The covered ports are awesome and really makes this pc look expensive and original. Everyone in the office asks me about it because, compared to other netbooks, this one is really thin. Regarding the 2GB upgrade, you see when you run WinXP with customized desktops, antivirus & antispyware you’re pretty much about 416MB of ram. The other 584MB you can use for PPTs, (Internet Explorer, Itunes, and Outlook) and you’ll be fine. I have a friend who made the 2GB upgrade on this 1008HA and really, it doesn’t feel any faster (performance wise). Windows 7 Requires a minimum of 1GB of ram for a 32BIT, so when the final release comes out it will run perfect. I’d give 5 stars just because $400 bucks really makes it worth of the price being 1/4th of a macbook air. You won’t regret it.

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