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Old 09-21-2009, 09:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default My New Eee PC 100HA Review.

I just bought this model of Eee Pc at Bestbuy today for $300.













This thing is awesome. It's pretty fast, Not hard to type on, and the screen is totally NOT too small to read. Both wired and wireless internets blaze! Definitely 5 Stars.

I haven't got to test battery yet BUT I will have a chance tomorrow.


The one downside. Finger prints stick to this like white on rice. But I can live with that for this amazing little thing.
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What do you mean by the screen is too small to read?
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Fixed.
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Ohhh, that makes sense now . Sounds like a good lappy, I always liked the shiny plastic, but like you said it's a magnet for prints.
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I bought this one a while ago too, battery life is great!
It's a perfect machine you can carry around for internet access, work on a project, etc.

I upgraded mine with an SSD tho, mainly because I don't trust normal drives to cope with movement+constant access.
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Will any 2.5" SSD fit in this?
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Will any 2.5" SSD fit?

I also want to add huge + for this computer is lack of "Void Warranty if Removed" stickers.
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^I assume so...I mean they're the same size as their mechanical counterparts and use the same connection interface (sata)
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Hmm... I wonder.. 2gb of ddr2 Windows 7 Home and 128gb SSD... Ouch that would burn regular laptops.
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