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Eee PC 900
So is bluetooth included in the retail model, then?I seem to remember that earlier images suggested that there'd be a BT module around the front-left of the logic board - about where the battery is...
JKK, I think engadget is reporting that the XP model comes with the two modules, and the Linux comes with one 16Gb module.I need to read the official specs though.
no, buetooth, sorry.It was on FCC docs, but it might be there just for possible future model.Erin, Engadget can't follow all stuff so closely. My expertize is on mobile computing so igo a bit deeper...You don't need to trust me ;)but maybe you trust Asus : http://www.asus.com/news_show.aspx?id=10911
Okay, now I see where my problem was - from their post it made it seem like there wasn't that 4Gb separate module for the Linux version. So in total it will be 20Gb. I don't like this separating of the SSD.Haha, I trust you more than them for sure!- they don't do much research over there...I still read though! :)
Do you recommed the Window or the Linux version??
What wireless chipset does it use?
Hey JKK, I have a somewhat specified question for you. I saw that you had modded your Eee PC for touch screen capability. Although, would you think it possible to mod/hack the bazel case so that the lcd mount is in the center, in order to have a swivel action instead of a up/down clamshell action it has currently. I'm thinking about getting one of the new 901s in June when it comes out, and I intend to do some hacking of my own. Cheers dude, and keep up the really awesome site!
Would I be able to use the Eee PC 900 to transfer videos/photos from my camcorder/camera to an external hard drive??Thanks :)
Katie, yes if your cam has usb or SD card