Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Asus Eee PC T91: first hands-on with the new UI


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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

So will it come with xp? any info about the price?
Won't probably use the touch screen app thou it looks nice.

Anonymous said...

Just release it already.

It had me at 'Hello' at CES, but then Vaio P took over my mindpspace.

But now that the Vaio P has proved restrictive and expensive, I want this T91 to replace my 900HA.

The 900HA was a tough buy for me, because I really wanted something under 1kg, and would have preferred a touchscreen. So the T91 is like the perfect netbook. And if that 5 hour battery estimate is right, that's even sweeter.

Bring it on!

David said...

As I recall, that GUI is an overlay atop Windows XP. If you can find the demo video for the T91 and the new GUI for this netbook, it shows in the video that it's an overlay.

Anonymous said...

That UI looks a bit gimmicky. Propably something I would turn off after a while. However, whats more interesting is that 3G icon on top of the UI..

Saperalot said...

yep that looks good for the first time. bring em out asus ;-) hope to see the t91 soon

Peter said...

On this video, it's stated that it's out in Q2 of 2009, but in other sources, it's Q1. What is the true date of its release?

waspish said...

Try and check the new archos netbook out

Jonathan said...

This is touch or multitouch?

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Dole said...

Jonathan: It is multitouch!

JKK said...

Nope, it's not multitouch, it's normal resistive touch.

Mouse pad is multi touch.

Michael said...

The touchscreen looks very responsive to me, I'm looking forward to see this live.
However, it's not yet multitouch, but I guess we will see multitouch devices by the end of the year?

turnselfoff said...

"net-vertible"?!

JKK said...

noooo netvertible!

szlevi said...

If you want a nettablet then you have to do as I did: buy an M912M from Gigabyte, period.
There's no other choice (yet.)

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