The Asus Eee PC is a Great Mini Notebook PC With a Funny Name

OK, the first thing I’ve got to ask is what kind of name is “Eee” for a mini notebook PC? How do you pronounce it? Do you just say it like a really long “e”? If I walk into a computer store and ask for one they’re going to think I’m Crazy Guggenheim. (Yeh, I know you don’t who Crazy Guggenheim is. That’s because you’re too young. Just Google him so I can move on. YouTube would probably be better.) All kidding aside, I just may be walking into a computer store and asking for the Asus Eee mini notebook PC anyway.

I’m at that age where a cell phone is still ok for checking email but my eyes need something bigger than a cell phone for web surfing. (Remember, I’m the guy that’s old enough to remember Crazy Guggenheim.) Enter the Asus Eee mini notebook PC.

Ok, I’m not going to kid you. This is definitely no substitute for even a low end full size notebook PC. But you have to ask yourself how you’re going to use it. Basically, is it for work or is it for play. If you’re looking for play PC you’ve hit the jackpot.

The Asus Eee PC has just about everything you would need for surfing the internet at the airport or just at your local internet cafe. It has a an LCD screen that’s over 10 inches, one gig of RAM, a 250 gig hard drive and several little perks like a camera, stereo speakers and a flash card slot. Marry all of that to a decent battery life and you have a pretty nice piece of computer equipment. (Hint: With a great battery life you won’t have to take that corner table with one leg too short at the coffee shop just to use the outlet.)

Heck, even Crazy Guggenheim would like it.

ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1001P-MU17-BK
HP Pavilion DV4-2161NR

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