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Friday, 19 October 2007 20:12

Pictures of EeePC from Asus

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Final product out in December


In a bizarre incident in Taipei, Fudzilla ran across a user of the EeePC in a coffee shop. The person was deeply dissatisfied with their product, having purchased it earlier in the week.

The reason? It appears that Asus hasn’t quite finished it yet. It seems the product will have to be returned to Asus so they can upgrade the screen, and for an additional fee they will upgrade the operating system to Windows XP. (Right now from what I could gather, it uses a Linux OS). Check out the exclusive pictures below:

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When I asked the user why they had purchased the EeePC they were quick to point out that it was cute. In terms of features and functionality, I managed to take a few pictures of the specifications. Please see below:

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For those of you interested in learning more about it, you can read more here.
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