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Default Asus Eee PC - 09-09-2008, 01:17 PM

Indeed, there are other netbooks - possibly the most famous, original and most value-for-money being the Asus Eee PC. You can buy them from eBay:

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Default Re: Asus Eee PC - 09-09-2008, 01:22 PM

Thats the 900, you really should be thinking about the 901 if anything, its only 1 number but it is improved in all areas!

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Default Re: Asus Eee PC - 10-05-2008, 05:47 AM

Actually you should be talking about the 2G and 4G, it's what started all of this...
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Smile Re: Asus Eee PC - 10-05-2008, 04:01 PM

Asus started the netbook craze BUT the Dell is bringing a couple of huge improvements to the table, in my opinion: actual tech support and a warranty they'll honor -- worth a few bucks to me. How many other netbooks offer a two year warranty? Or any other customizations, for that matter?

Dell may be experiencing some glidges getting these out but as furious as I am with them for making me wait an extra couple of weeks to get it, I'll wait and wait before I buy an Eee again.
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