Declan, you first reply has convinced me, a mini 10v it is.
One question, I'm assuming the 1024*600 display will work with all
webpages without using the scrollbar?
This is the only thing I find annoying about the EeePC 701, oh and the
keyboard, and battery life.... and it being dog slow CPU wise :-)
8GB SSD (default and 60 quid cheaper)
extras : 6 Cell battery
Declan McGrath wrote:
> Though I broadly agree with Frank on this one. I use mine as a fully fledged Rails and Python development machine - as long as the keyboard is big enough (Mini 10's is big enough) and a bit of grunt under the hood the user experience should be great!
>> On Wednesday 04 November 2009 11:30:28 Frank Duignan wrote:
>>> As always it depends.....The mistake some people make with netbooks is that
>> they try to use them as full featured computers and are disappointed.
>> Limiting yourself to a 16BG SSD stops this feature creep and you use the
>> device as intended
Agreed, all she uses my machines for is one thing, facebook. Oh and
gmail but that's for facebook notifiers. :-)
I'll use it myself for surfing when I'm forced to watch Corporation
street, Eastbenders, wife swap, what "some non-celeb" did next, other
-- I like doctors and emmerdale though. Doctors is really good, highly
recommend it -- on BBC HD.
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