Asus practically invented the Netbook market, and the Eee PC 1000HE is an overdue overhaul that offers a new CPU and great battery life, but misses some of the competition's bells and whistles.
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For purposes of historical interest, we've rounded up the past few generations of Eee PC Netbooks for easy perusal.
When you're on top, everyone else wants a piece of your action. Two new potential Atom-killers have launched recently, each looking to steal some marketshare from Intel with variations on the Netbook theme.
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Asus practically invented the Netbook market, and the Eee PC 1000HE is an overdue overhaul that offers a new CPU and great battery life.
It's one of those things we knew we'd see sooner or later. Someone has managed to cram an optical drive into a tiny Netbook frame, and not surprisingly, Netbook pioneer Asus is behind the new system.
With the 10-inch Eee PC 1000HE, Asus has given the Eee PC line an overhaul, rolling out an improved keyboard and adding a newer version of Intel's Atom processor.
Chipmaker's new Atom N280 processor, which touts better graphics performance, slips out of the gate a bit sooner than expected.
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