This was designed to compete with the OLPC. It's a full sub-notebook.
"ASUS have created the brand new Eee PC 701 for total mobile internet computing. This half-UMPC, half-laptop hybrid has to be the best mobile internet revolutionary experience you will get.
The new Eee stands for Easy to learn work and play, Excellent Internet experience and excellent mobile computing experience. Measuring just 22.5 x 16.4 x 2.15~3.5 cm and weighing a mere 890g, the ASUS Eee 701 PC is most certainly portable.
With a Pentium Processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB Solid State Disc (SSD) Memory, 802.11b/g WiFi, the ASUS Eee 701 PC will be able to handle most tasks.
Using a Linux-variant operating system requires only 15 seconds to boot. Microsoft die-hards should note that the ASUS Eee 701 PC can run Windows XP. It'll ship with Open Office, Firefox and Skype, but you can install any number of other open-source applications.
Other interesting specs of the ASUS Eee PC include, 10/100MB Ethernet, a 0.3-megapixel video camera and four USB ports."
Not a good price