Friday, February 20, 2009

Asus Eee PC T91 proto gets more hands-on


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3G gooood! ... non removable battery? Hope it's a prototype thing. I would hate that..

Thanks to Mobilecomputermag.co.uk

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9 comments:

turnselfoff said...

seems apple have started a bothersome trend about those batteries...

Saperalot said...

if the batterylive is long enough i dont care if removable or not. but please no glossy display i dont like that. come on asus bring em out ;-)

Anonymous said...

The battery should last for at least 8 hours. I hope it would be a 6 cell batery like the new eee pc 1000HE. No problem if removable or not

Anonymous said...

Was that Cliff richard in the video?

Anonymous said...

lol

Anonymous said...

It is awesome. I love it. I really hope the battery thing is because of pre-production state though.
It really is the perfect device i was waiting for. Touchscreen, tablet, 3g, chiclet keyboard (hope that one is true). But i don't understand the cpu choice. It would be totaly possible to put in a higher clocked one.

David said...

Having the working SIM slot would be nice. The battery could easily be removable. I don't buy for a minute that that is something cost related. A friend of mine has a 15.4" laptop from ASUS that has a small brick battery that is about the size of a pack of cards, maybe almost as thick. No reason that cost should be an issue if her older ASUS model can already have something similar.

The CPU also seems to be a bit of a waste. But then, I suppose if it is faster than the 900 MHz Celeron that is in my 900, then fabulous. But I don't know ...

Here's hoping it's also a nice and speedy SSD and perhaps even an easily replaceable model???

Anonymous said...

I want a 8.9" convertible tablet, N280, ION platform, 2.5" HDD or mini-PCI-e SSD, TV tuner. I would pay $750.

I don't care about the irremovable battery, as long as it's sufficiently powerful to get me 4 or 5 hours of light use. And once the battery goes (in about 2 or 3 years), it will probably be time for a new netbook. Of course, it is an Eee. People will find an easy way to replace the cells if need be.

Anonymous said...

2 CELL BATTERY = BIG SALES FAIL!!!

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