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ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1005PE-MU17-WT 10.1-Inch White Netbook - Up To 11 Hours Of Battery Life Order N

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I've had the Eee PC 1005PE-MU17 for a few days and so far so good. I chose this netbook primarily because of the battery life and the keyboard. So far I have not been disappointed, the keyboard is small but it is comfortable and the separation of the keys makes typing a lot easier than the Aspire One. The keys seem to be smaller on this unit but the layout much more "typist friendly". I'm not crazy about the touch pad, I much prefer the touch pad on some of the HP units. Where the buttons are on the side as opposed to the bottom. That would have given you more surface area to work with. The touchpad does have gesture support but it's not that great. The pinch and zoom is a real annoyance and I have turned it off. Also I think I would have liked a unit with separate buttons for left and right click. The single rocker is ok but it does not seem to be as responsive as some of the other netbooks on the market.

With the screen brightness set to a moderate level I was able to get about 8 hours of life out of the battery. That's plenty for my usage, I usually plug it in at night so I'm not sure how long it takes to reach a full charge. I suppose the "Eee Super Hybraid Engine" helps with that. I don't know but that's the claim. I have noticed that Hulu videos plan smoother when I turn the engine up to full power. H.264 videos plays excellent in Windows Media player and VLC.

If you are sensitive to glare you are going to hate this screen, it's very reflective. Personally it doesn't bother me because I prefer the glossy ones over the matte screens.

I know it sound like I'm pointing out a lot of negatives about this unit but I think it's things that you may want know before buying. I researched several netbooks over the past few weeks and I'm VERY happy with this one. I would definitely buy this one again. Buy ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1005PE MU17 WT Lowest Price, Order Now! [Click Here!]

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17.3.10 08:31


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I was planning to take an international trip in September of 2009 and didn't want to lug my "full sized" 14" HP laptop on the airplane for a 9 hour flight. I also was concerned about running out of battery life on such a long trip. So, after much research I ordered this netbook with the 9 cell battery. I also ordered an extra 2gb of memory to avoid potential problems with software I intended to install. As, soon as I received the package I opened the box and installed the memory. I then charged the unit and began using it. After about 3 days I tested the battery life by taking an overnight trip without the charger. I was able to use the netbook for normal activities (not constant use) and return the next day with time left on the battery. I've found that there's really no need to turn this unit off. I simply close the lid and the power comsumptions goes down to a trickle. That way I avoid going through the startup process. I installed several applications I normally use on my full sized notebook including Firefox, Nikon NX2, Microsoft Project 2007, Nikon Picture Project, Mindmanager, Avast antivirus, iTunes, Zune and a couple of others. None of these had any problems working on the netbook. It's important to remember that this machine is not designed to multitask so it's one function at a time or you going to see lags in the operations. You can open multiple apps, but you can only use one at at time. When I download updates with iTunes I turn simultaneous downloads off. The wireless 802.11n is very fast downloading faster than my full sized laptops which have 802.11g. My one complaint it that the outside of the unit is dark blue and collects finger prints immediately after cleaning. I keep a microfiber cloth in the bag just to wipe it down. I only recharge the unit at night and even then, not if I haven't used it more than 3 or 4 hours. All in all a great choice.Buy Cheap ASUS Eee PC 1005HA VU1X BK Black Netbook Lowest Price, Order Now! [Click Here!]

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17.3.10 08:19


Asus Eee PC 1005HA-PU1X-BU 10.1-Inch Intel Atom Netbook Computer (Royal Blue)

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I'll be honest with you, this is my first time writing a review for any type of product purchased online. Typically, I'm at least somewhat satisfied with what I receive and the negative issues that I deal with can be overlooked. Sadly, that is not the case with my Asus Eee PC. I will never purchase another Asus product again, and I plan to go out of my way to mention this to others when given the opportunity. Since I purchased it in August '09, it has been nothing but one issue after another.

I purchased this computer simply because it was smaller than a laptop. I'd planned to take it to class with me for nothing more than simple note-taking, and maybe the occasional web-browsing at home. I stopped taking it to class with me after a month because it wasn't worth the hassle of dealing with all of the problems.

Apparently, the battery is a common issue with Asus. Sadly, I am one of the unlucky ones who has had to experience this, myself. Within less than a month, the battery was no longer lasting its advertised "10.5 hours." Even in power saving mode, with all extraneous devices turned off (bluetooth, camera) and only running a simple word program during my 50 - 90 minute classes, the battery barely made it through the day. Finally, one fateful day, the battery completely discharged while I was using it. I plugged it in and allowed it to charge for a full 48 hours before even powering it on again, but the battery had apparently been forever changed. From that moment on, the battery would no longer charge above 97%. Running on the battery got me about 3 hours of life (on power saver), at which point the charge was at 40%. Once reaching 40%, the computer would die. I don't mean it would shut down; the battery would just die. At 40%. I've never once been able to take the computer off of its power supply for any reasonable amount of time since. Part of the reason I wanted this Eee PC was the long battery life. What a disappointment.

Dealing with customer service has also been an ordeal in and of itself. I've been trying for over 6 months now to have the battery replaced. I've talked to them through an online chat, I've talked to them through email, and I've dealt with them over the phone (when they actually answer the phone). Each time I've had to interact with them, they have been illiterate (online and email), unhelpful, and nearly impossible to understand (on the phone). I've been told at least 5 times now that in order to fix my faulty battery, all I have to do is take it out and put it back in. Or that I can discharge it completely (this is after telling them that it WILL NOT discharge below 40%). I've also been told that I can calibrate the battery in the BIOS, though no one can ever explain to me how that is supposed to be done (believe me, I've asked for instructions). Every time I've spoken to them I've had these suggestions given to me. You'd think that when they pull up my name and account record they would see that I've gone through this multiple times already. I just want a new battery. Finally, after 5 months of dealing with the runaround (and literally TWO days before my 6 month warranty was out), I was able to get them to authorize a return. This was over two months ago. All I had to do, they said, was fax over my credit card information and my invoice. Well, I've done that twice now. I've talked to them on the phone about it. They never get my information. It has me wondering if their fax machine is set up to to just spit their faxes straight into the trash can. I'll be faxing all of this over to them again tomorrow. Here's hoping it actually arrives.

Aside from this battery issue, the computer has been a host of other problems. One is a simple malware/trojan that, though I can't blame it on the computer as far as I know, has me suspicious, seeing as how every computer in this house has had the same sort of virus protection and not one of them has ever been infected with any sort of malware. Considering it seems to have been on there since day 1, I wonder if it didn't come installed with some sort of annoying pop-up generating software. Whether due to the malware or some other issue, I've had to completely clean sweep the hard drive because it would not start up--it reached the startup screen and immediately went to the blue screen. It's a good thing I purchased that external CD/DVD drive so that I could actually run the reboot disc.

The computer constantly freezes. One browser window open, with no other programs running, is apparently too much for this thing to handle. I seem to get the 'hourglass' every five minutes and it lasts longer than my patience can tolerate, a lot of the time. And I'm a pretty patient guy. Programs are constantly freezing up, 'encountering a problem and needing to close.' I realize it is running a Windows OS, but so does every other computer we've owned. We have a desktop that runs Vista, and I've encountered a minute FRACTION of the issues I'm facing with this Eee PC. Our 9 year old dinosaur desktop is faster than this 8 month old monstrosity.

Upon original purchase, I installed a 2GB RAM card to replace the 1GB that came with it. It literally did nothing to improve the computer's speed. It takes an extreme amount of time to get programs to open. Even something as simple as Microsoft Word would have me tapping my foot in class, waiting for it to open. I'd miss a good sized chunk of the lecture if I didn't arrive ten minutes early to get set up. And if your web page, powerpoint or pdf document has images on it? Don't expect to be able to scroll your screen. I am dead serious about this. The computer cannot handle any larger graphics or file sizes. Pdfs are impossible to use because it just cannot load them. Each time you move the page down, it has to take 2 minutes to load the new lines of the document. It's ridiculous.

Aside from those intricate issues, here are a few more:
-The camera is crap. It cannot take pictures because it darkens everything (no matter how bright a room you're in) and does not allow for ANY sort of adjustment of settings.
-The microphone is practically useless; it's just not sensitive enough. You have to scream to be heard.
-The speakers may as well not even be there. Completely useless. You have to use earphones if you want to hear anything.
-The shell construction is iffy. The seashell case makes it always appear dirty and is very easily scratched up. The plastic on the base part (the part that holds the keyboard) is not very well sealed together. The area on the front where the lights are makes a constant 'clicking' noise while my hand is rested on it, because the pieces of plastic are being pushed together from the weight of my hand. Every little movement makes it creak and click. The screen area is actually starting to warp and bend. The computer no longer closes flat--the right side is at a noticeable angle. I have no idea how this could have happened.
-No usable preinstalled software. I'm surprised this thing didn't come with a free trial of AOL.

So, to sum everything up, I am looking forward to the day that I replace this Eee PC with something that doesn't annoy me every time I have to look at it. I will never buy an Asus product again, and I would recommend to anyone thinking of purchasing it that they AVOID at all costs. It's cheap, I know. But please realize that you get what you pay for. The small amount of money you will save buying this netbook is not worth the hassle you will have to endure once you have it. Buy something else.Buy Cheap ASUS Eee PC 1005HA PU1X BU Blue Netbook Lowest Price, Order Now! [Click Here!]

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17.3.10 08:15


Asus Eee PC 1005HA-PU17-BU 10.1-Inch Intel Atom Netbook Computer (Royal Blue)

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Very versatile little netbook. Has anything you would currently want in a netbook for a handsome price. I looked around for different kinds of deals (even going as far as buying a cheaper model and upgrading the battery) but this, by far, is the best netbook for the price.

-Windows 7 Starter
First thing you have to realize is that Microsoft took a lot of tweaking out of this version of the OS for some reason. Basic functions like changing your background are simply not there in the Starter edition of Windows 7. This is a simple fix if you have about an hour and some money to play with, but it is really not necessary. Windows 7 Starter does what it needs to do on a netbook, which is provide a stable and lightweight operating system to work in on the go.

-Linux
The first thing I did to this computer was dual-boot it with Ubuntu (a form of Linux). Overall, everything worked, except for two or three things that needed a little tweaking. Such as, the external microphone was trying to record from the headphone port. A little tweaking fixed this issue along with the multi-touch trackpad and everything runs like a charm. If you want to run only Linux or dual-boot Windows with Linux, This would be a great netbook to try it out with. I did it and haven't looked back.

-RAM
The RAM was a bit of an issue for me. Again, I shopped around for RAM (like I did for the netbook) and ran into a few snags. I found that my local Best Buy was selling a PC2-5300 stick for much cheaper than online and anywhere in the area. From my experience (I may be wrong), most computer RAM is interchangeable between the 5300 and the 6400. This is not the case with these computers. My 2GB 5300 only registered with 1GB. I exchanged it for a 6400 which also registered as 1GB. I had to start up into BIOS for this netbook to recognize the increased RAM. It works fine now, but was a bit of a pain to get going.

-3-cell vs 6-cell batteries
Like I said above, I looked at several different models. This as well as the 1005HAB are, more-or-less, the same netbook, except one has a 3-cell Li-ion battery and Windows XP and the other has a 6-cell battery with Windows 7 Starter. After a lot of digging and many phone trees I found out that the 6-cell battery will work on both laptops. This intrigued me knowing that the 1005HAB is around $100 cheaper than this particular netbook. My interest was broken when I found that the truly genuine ASUS battery ([...]) carries these batteries for around $178. So, again, for the price this is the better deal.

-Keyboard tactility
I have played with several netbooks (with ASUS being at the forefront) and noticed that each netbook is manufactured the same. Many ASUS netbooks seem to have a "spongy" feel to the keyboard. Every time you hit a key, the plastic backing the keys are fixed to flexes like there is empty space back there. This was VERY annoying to me and I was a little scared of buying a computer online where I couldn't test it out first. To my relief, the 1005HA-PU17 did not exhibit the "spongy" feeling behind the keys. This keyboard is very solid and very suited for the computer.

Overall, I am EXTREMELY happy with this purchase and am currently recommending this to all of my friends. The purchase combination of the netbook, a 2GB RAM card, and an SD card to hold data between OS swaps is perfect for what I need in my netbook. Everything fits into the case and into my backpack.Buy Cheap ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1005HA PU17 BU Blue Netbook Lowest Price, Order Now! [Click Here!]

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17.3.10 08:12


Low Price ASUS Eee PC T91MT 8.9-Inch Black Tablet Netbook - 5 Hours Of Battery Life

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I have owned my T91mt for 2 weeks now and it is my favorite computer ever. As mentioned in several other reviews - it is not a powerhouse. But for the price to have a Tablet PC - it is incredible.

It does everything I need and more. I did purchase the memory upgrade - be sure you turn the boot booster off before installing (directions in the owners manual) and I bought 32GB of extra storage space. But with that it holds everything that my old powerhouse laptop held.

The only thing I am disappointed in is how the Windows 7 handwriting input works. I had owned a hand held PC in the past and was looking forward to have the "transcriber" type of input on this computer - you don't - it is a bit awkward. Then my husband introduced me to "OneNote" it made everything better. I will have to write a review for Windows separately (it is still a fabulous version of Windows - I would just like a different handwriting method). BUT the computer itself is FABULOUS.Buy ASUS Eee PC T91MT 8.9 Inch Black Tablet Netbook Lowest Price, Order Now! [Click Here!]

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17.3.10 08:10


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Hi,
The cons: slow with Window$; low RAM memory; weak materials (scratched out of the box); not assembled properly (keyboard was not even, a section was lowed in depth than the rest of the keys.

The pros: just get a case to protect it. they are cheap and colorful as well (see iPerl mCover); I changed the RAM card by a 2GB and it works as a charm; finally, got rid of the pre-installed Window$ and installed linux. I use OpenSuSe 11.2 and the little friend became so fast and reliable. Only the multi-touch feature of the mouse has not being ported to linux yet (at least the version I have). I never again used my huge old notebook. This netbook from ASUS is a great choice. There are several netbooks in the marked, making as low in power as small in size devices. This is not the case with this model of ASUS. This is a powerful notebook, that improves when using it with linux, and its battery last for more than 10 hours.

I recommend this device for any student, or frequent traveler. I use it on my sailboat as well, saving a lot of space and energy.
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