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EEE PC 904 HD 80GB Hard Drive, Windows Xp, 1GB RAM "INSTORE ONLY" £199 + Clubcard Points
EEE PC 904 HD 80GB Hard Drive, Windows Xp, 1GB RAM "INSTORE ONLY" £199 + Clubcard Points

EEE PC 904 HD 80GB Hard Drive, Windows Xp, 1GB RAM "INSTORE ONLY" £199 + Clubcard Points

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Product Features
ASUS Eee PC netbook computer with Windows XP operating system
More-than-ample viewing area with 8.9 inch display
Up to 5 hours battery life
Large internal storage with 80Gb HDD
High speed connectivity anywhere with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Technical Details
Main Specifications
Product Description: ASUS Eee PC 904HD - Celeron M 353 630 MHz - 8.9" TFT
Dimensions (WxDxH): 26.6 cm x 19.1 cm x 3.8 cm
Weight: 1.36 kg
System Type: Notebook
Built-in Devices: Stereo speakers, wireless LAN aerial
Processor: Intel Celeron M 353 / 630 MHz ULV
Cache Memory: 512 KB - L2 Cache
RAM: 1 GB (installed) / 2 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM
Card Reader: Yes
Hard Drive: 80 GB
Display: 8.9" TFT 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA )
Audio Output: Sound card
Networking: Network adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Notebook Camera: Integrated - 0.3 Megapixel
Input Device: Keyboard, touchpad
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Run Time (Up To): 5.4 hour(s)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
Extended Specifications

General
Built-in Devices: Stereo speakers, wireless LAN aerial
Colour: Black
Depth: 19.1 cm
Height: 3.8 cm
System Type: Notebook
Weight: 1.36 kg
Width: 26.6 cm

Audio
Audio Input: Stereo microphone
Audio Output: Sound card

Battery
Capacity: 6600 mAh
Installed Qty: 1
Technology: 6-cell

Cache Memory
Installed Size: 512 KB
Type: L2 Cache

Card Reader
Supported Flash Memory Cards: SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard, SDHC Memory Card

Display
Display Type: 8.9" TFT
Features: LED-backlit
Max Resolution: 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA )

Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slots Total (Free): Memory - SO DIMM 200-pin
Interfaces: 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ¦ 3 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A ¦ 1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ¦ 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5mm ¦ 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45

Input Device(s)
Type: Keyboard, touchpad

Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Details: Limited warranty - 2 years
Service & Support: 2 years warranty

Networking
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Networking: Network adapter

Operating System / Software
OS Provided: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Software: Drivers & Utilities, Microsoft Works, Microsoft Live

Power
Power Device: External
Voltage Required: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Processor
Processor: Intel Celeron M 353 / 630 MHz

RAM
Form Factor: SO DIMM 200-pin
Installed Size: 1 GB / 2 GB (max)
Technology: DDR2 SDRAM

Storage
Hard Drive: 80 GB

Storage Controller (2nd)
Type: Serial ATA

Miscellaneous
Included Accessories: Carrying case


P.s. Battery on mine has lasted almost 5hrs and still going!!

41 Comments

Not an expert on notebook processors, but isn't 630 Mhz far too low? Wouldn't expect it to run xp too smoothly, even if has been engineered to run efficiently. Looks alright though, 6 cell battery is higher than most of the same price range, but I've already got the acer aspire one from asda for £150 a few weeks back. Voted hot.

Original Poster

Yos2008,

It does, on the face of it, appear a little weak but honestly it is running fine. Might try Windows 7 on it unless someone in the know would discourage such action?? Its the battery life and the 2GB ram support that make up for a slower processor i think??:)

Atom > Celeron

yos2008;4270986

Not an expert on notebook processors, but isn't 630 Mhz far too low? … Not an expert on notebook processors, but isn't 630 Mhz far too low? Wouldn't expect it to run xp too smoothly, even if has been engineered to run efficiently. Looks alright though, 6 cell battery is higher than most of the same price range, but I've already got the acer aspire one from asda for £150 a few weeks back. Voted hot.



well in fairness it is a netbook so its main purpose is for the internet

The Celeron 353 is usually 900MHz, and that's low. No idea why it's clocked at 630 MHz on this but I suspect it's for power reasons. I would avoid this because of the very poor processor, it's crippled this machine.

Original Poster

Once up and running there are three settings for power from the conservative to the super. I have to assume this changes the processor speed also. either way its running well for my wife and I here on the conservative low power setting. Your right the processor is 900Mhz but this helps maintain the 5 hours+ battery ( we are getting near 6 in constant use on the "NET".

This is ideal if you want a long lasting battery life for mobile internet (face book and the likes) and also arguably a better key board layout to tap away on. I know the best net book is the Samsung NC10 but that is over £100 more.

Anyone know what Windows 7 would be like on it? And best place for RAM upgrade for it?

pedster;4274557

Once up and running there are three settings for power from the … Once up and running there are three settings for power from the conservative to the super. I have to assume this changes the processor speed also. either way its running well for my wife and I here on the conservative low power setting. Your right the processor is 900Mhz but this helps maintain the 5 hours+ battery ( we are getting near 6 in constant use on the "NET". This is ideal if you want a long lasting battery life for mobile internet (face book and the likes) and also arguably a better key board layout to tap away on. I know the best net book is the Samsung NC10 but that is over £100 more.Anyone know what Windows 7 would be like on it? And best place for RAM upgrade for it?


TRY IT>
it will be fine.7 is similar to xp for use of resources.using 7 on 2 pcs and i like it.it IS buggy though.but it is buggy so i would stivck with good ol xp(well thats a lie i would try it but thats my tuppence.lol)
boog

I am so waiting for one that will take my dongles sim card directly.. I hate the way a 4 inch USB dongle will have to stick out of one of these things.

pedster;4274557

Once up and running there are three settings for power from the … Once up and running there are three settings for power from the conservative to the super. I have to assume this changes the processor speed also. either way its running well for my wife and I here on the conservative low power setting. Your right the processor is 900Mhz but this helps maintain the 5 hours+ battery ( we are getting near 6 in constant use on the "NET". This is ideal if you want a long lasting battery life for mobile internet (face book and the likes) and also arguably a better key board layout to tap away on. I know the best net book is the Samsung NC10 but that is over £100 more.Anyone know what Windows 7 would be like on it? And best place for RAM upgrade for it?



sorry this is just what i need to use it for for browsing and maybe msn or terminal services......

are you using the computer in this thread as 6 hours would be great on battery life................also what u think battery life would be like if using a 3dongle for internet?

Original Poster

"sorry this is just what i need to use it for for browsing and maybe msn or terminal services......
are you using the computer in this thread as 6 hours would be great on battery life......."

Yes earlier i was but given i bought it for the wife she is now "face booking it to death!" my laptop Dell xps 1710 is to big heavy and runs VERY VERY hot on your lap so she is well happy although 17" down to 8.9 is taking a bit o getting use to.

".........also what u think battery life would be like if using a 3dongle for internet?"

Honestly i am not sure but the wife did ask for a dongle earlier so she can use it at work for messenger and the obligatory facebook! There will be someone in the know on here though for sure. I was looking at the O2 pay as you go variety unless some one can come up with an economical choice?? £10 a month maybe?

Original Poster

P.S. Gavin01,

Running 7 on home PC instead of Xp and what a breath of fresh air, stable, processor not being hammered and drive access cut to a minimum. Just worried how many arms and legs Microsoft are going to want for a licence at the end of our beta period.

cooki2222;4274010

well in fairness it is a netbook so its main purpose is for the internet



Wee bit misleading that statement. Atom netbooks (Which incidently is a trademark infringement as Psion own the trademark) run office apps, photo editors and even modernish games happily. :thumbsup:

yos2008;4270986

Not an expert on notebook processors, but isn't 630 Mhz far too low? … Not an expert on notebook processors, but isn't 630 Mhz far too low? Wouldn't expect it to run xp too smoothly, even if has been engineered to run efficiently. Looks alright though, 6 cell battery is higher than most of the same price range, but I've already got the acer aspire one from asda for £150 a few weeks back. Voted hot.



Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it first came out. You young whippersnappers etc. etc. ;-)

Wicked Lester;4275267

Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it … Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it first came out. You young whippersnappers etc. etc. ;-)



brilliant.wasn't that in,like,1988?



;-)

boogie;4275298

brilliant.wasn't that in,like,1988?;-)



Oi! ;-) 2001 more like! '88 would be my 8MHz 512k Atari ST :-D

Wicked Lester;4275267

Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it … Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it first came out. You young whippersnappers etc. etc. ;-)



haha i think some kind of medal is in order for this chap.

weiran;4274249

The Celeron 353 is usually 900MHz, and that's low. No idea why it's … The Celeron 353 is usually 900MHz, and that's low. No idea why it's clocked at 630 MHz on this but I suspect it's for power reasons. I would avoid this because of the very poor processor, it's crippled this machine.



From doing what?

Web surfing: No
Word Processing: No.
Listening to music: No
Watching Divx videos: No.


Exactly what else are you expecting this machine to do?

I bought one of these about 4 mths ago for £270, and wouldn't trade it for anything.
It just made me realise that I don't need a huge hard disk, graphics card, firewire ports etc on a laptop.

All I need is something that slips in my bag, performs the above functions and lasts even longer than I'd ever normally be without power - trains journeys, roving between buildings at work etc.

Its a great machine, sturdily built, comes with a nice (though not hard) case that fits the power supply too, and still fits in a shoulder bag. The processor does all i need it to, and if you leave the machine to automatically apply the best settings for power, you basically need never adjust the performance. I find the only time it benefits from being on "super" is when I have 10-15 tabs (including flash) open in google chrome (flies on the 904) + playing music and running some download software.

The keyboard is very accommodating too - I have med-large hands and the keys are comfortably spaced. Plus it comes bundled with open office.

If you want a simple, familiar machine that's ready to work out of the box and will rarely need a plugin throughout the day, this is for you.

I'd match it with a usb flash drive, google chrome (web browser), VLC media player, thunderbird email client and a pair of headphones. All you need.

Voted hot

I'm a hude EEE fan, I have the 901 and absolutely love it.

I would be a little weary about the processor on this though, it's less then half the speed of the 901 (which is the 1.6GHz Atom). This means you'll be hard pressed (or at least uncomfortable) doing more than one thing at a time on it, i.e. have Word, Outlook & IE/Firefox all open at the same time and it'll probably grind to a halt while the programs compete for CPU cycles.

this cpu on my gfs current eee (701) is fine. has a little overclock tool that puts cpu to the 900mhz which helps if wanting to run av whilst doing other stuff.

Original Poster

I have to say that you shouldnt get to worked up about the CPU its doing just fine with 4 internet pages open downloading updates and messenger running at same time. And the battery still goes forever!!

[FONT="Verdana"]Just to clarify here the Celeron CPU can run at 900Mhz and more - all you need is a couple of utilities present over at the EEE User Community website, link listed below. I have an ASUS EEE PC 701 4G/Surf netbook and performance is very good - I trimmed down the Windows XP install via nLite and with a memory upgrade to 2GB its running very well.

EeeUser.com » ASUS Eee PC 701, 900, 901, 1000 Blog Forum Wiki Community
eeeuser.com/

Just bear in mind that the Windows XP Home Edition license & media would set you back over £60.00p if purchasing in the UK but also the keyboard on this model is very good especially for heavy typing - I have a friend who has one & he uses it all the time.

Any chance anybody can confirm if Tesco stores in London have them in stock?

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

[FONT="Verdana"]Here's some other handy links you might want to check out further if members are interested in purchasing one of these netbooks.

EeeUser ASUS Eee PC Forum / Eee PC 904x Specific Discussion (Includes the 904HD Model)
forum.eeeuser.com/vie…=57

EeeUser ASUS Eee PC Forum / EEE PC 904HD Hands On
forum.eeeuser.com/vie…190

EeeUser ASUS Eee PC Forum / eeectl / eeeclock
forum.eeeuser.com/vie…808

Computer Shopper: Product Reviews: Asus Eee PC 904HD
computershopper.co.uk/rev…tml

jkkmobile: Asus Eee PC 900HD Dissected
jkkmobile.blogspot.com/200…tml

Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: ASUS Eee PC 904HD W003X Netbook, Windows XP Preloaded, 1GB RAM, 80GB HD (White)
amazon.co.uk/rev…ing

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

the battery time on this looks good

so this only in store?``

I'm running Windows7 no prob on a Dell X1, which is an oldish P4M 1.1ghz machine - probably a touch slower than this. 1GB of memory is fine too, as long as you don't multitask too much. Oh, and it's perfectly stable.


However, personally I'd probably be tempted to get the Dell Mini 9 rather than this, a little under 200 quid at Tesco. It's 3.5 hours rather than 5hrs, so not ideal if that's critical for you, but better in every other way imo.

RyCha;4276407

I'm a hude EEE fan, I have the 901 and absolutely love it.I would be a … I'm a hude EEE fan, I have the 901 and absolutely love it.I would be a little weary about the processor on this though, it's less then half the speed of the 901 (which is the 1.6GHz Atom). This means you'll be hard pressed (or at least uncomfortable) doing more than one thing at a time on it, i.e. have Word, Outlook & IE/Firefox all open at the same time and it'll probably grind to a halt while the programs compete for CPU cycles.



You are joking, right?

Clock cycle for clock cycle the Celeron is a much more powerful processor than the Atom. Stop looking at the GHz figure and thinking that 1.6GHz = 2x900MHz. That kind of maths does not work at all since the structure of both cpus is different. When Intel brought out the P4 chips, the speed on those went up to 3.4GHz and they were still comfortably beaten by the coreDuos running at half the clock speed.

If you think that you could not open OpenOffice and Firefox without the machine gasping for air, then you have clearly never used a computer in your life. I managed this on a Celeron 300a overclocked to 450Mhz running XP back in the day very easily. That machine was considered a beast back then. The Atom is a very puny chip designed to perform at very low power consumption.

hi anybody know of stock in north east england area please

Chiptivo;4274797

I am so waiting for one that will take my dongles sim card directly.. I … I am so waiting for one that will take my dongles sim card directly.. I hate the way a 4 inch USB dongle will have to stick out of one of these things.


There's a whole host of 3G-enabled netbooks on the market - I'm not sure why you're still waiting

Wicked Lester;4275267

Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it … Pffft, I ran XP happily on a P2 266MHz, 128Mb Ram quite happily when it first came out...


The XP SP0 that you used back then, is a vastly different beast to today's fully-patched XP SP3 - try it now on a system with 128MB (or infact anything less than 512MB) and it's completely unuseable

spraint;4278361

You are joking, right?Clock cycle for clock cycle the Celeron is a much … You are joking, right?Clock cycle for clock cycle the Celeron is a much more powerful processor than the Atom. Stop looking at the GHz figure and thinking that 1.6GHz = 2x900MHz. That kind of maths does not work at all since the structure of both cpus is different. When Intel brought out the P4 chips, the speed on those went up to 3.4GHz and they were still comfortably beaten by the coreDuos running at half the clock speed.If you think that you could not open OpenOffice and Firefox without the machine gasping for air, then you have clearly never used a computer in your life. I managed this on a Celeron 300a overclocked to 450Mhz running XP back in the day very easily. That machine was considered a beast back then. The Atom is a very puny chip designed to perform at very low power consumption.




I'm not getting into a heated debate with someone who can't even read posts...I didn't even mention Open Office.

If you actually read what I was saying (and address that instead of blabbing off on a tangent) then you'll see I mention Word + Outlook + IE/Firefox. In particular those apps, because (i) they're the type of apps that common users might use, and (ii) because they're heavy on the CPU & memory.

Add a popular brand of AV software on top of that (because people might already have licences for it) and you're well outside an over-clocked 600MHz processor's comfort zone.

YES... you can work around the 'limitation' by getting lighter software, not using an email client, only having one thing open at a time, etc..but these are all valid uses for 'the crowd' when the unit comes with a hard drive.

flashish;4275823

From doing what?Web surfing: NoWord Processing: No.Listening to music: … From doing what?Web surfing: NoWord Processing: No.Listening to music: NoWatching Divx videos: No.Exactly what else are you expecting this machine to do?I bought one of these about 4 mths ago for £270, and wouldn't trade it for anything.It just made me realise that I don't need a huge hard disk, graphics card, firewire ports etc on a laptop. All I need is something that slips in my bag, performs the above functions and lasts even longer than I'd ever normally be without power - trains journeys, roving between buildings at work etc.Its a great machine, sturdily built, comes with a nice (though not hard) case that fits the power supply too, and still fits in a shoulder bag. The processor does all i need it to, and if you leave the machine to automatically apply the best settings for power, you basically need never adjust the performance. I find the only time it benefits from being on "super" is when I have 10-15 tabs (including flash) open in google chrome (flies on the 904) + playing music and running some download software. The keyboard is very accommodating too - I have med-large hands and the keys are comfortably spaced. Plus it comes bundled with open office.If you want a simple, familiar machine that's ready to work out of the box and will rarely need a plugin throughout the day, this is for you.I'd match it with a usb flash drive, google chrome (web browser), VLC media player, thunderbird email client and a pair of headphones. All you need.Voted hot



It all depends on your expectations I suppose. I work on quite high end machines with lots of processing power, and I find even using the 1.6GHz Atoms can be a frustrating experience (although I think this may be more to do with the lack of RAM rather than processing power).

600MHz is low these days though, even for a netbook. I'm not sure where spraint got in his/her head that the Celeron is better than the Atom, it simply is not. The Atom is significantly faster, and not only that but uses far less power than the Celeron. This could be the reason why the Celeron is underclocked so much - 2W vs 5W, 45nm vs 90nm tech, 400MHz vs 533MHz FSB etc.. Celerons are now based on old technology (Pentium M), probably just rebranded old stock that needs to be shifted at a very cheap price (the price of this Celeron is way below half of the Atom).

If you're not bothered about the speed of a netbook then this is a great deal. But from what I've seen the performance of even higher end netbooks leaves a lot to be desired, then this 600MHz one is going to be very poor.

weiran;4279296

It all depends on your expectations I suppose. I work on quite high end … It all depends on your expectations I suppose. I work on quite high end machines with lots of processing power, and I find even using the 1.6GHz Atoms can be a frustrating experience (although I think this may be more to do with the lack of RAM rather than processing power).600MHz is low these days though, even for a netbook. I'm not sure where spraint got in his/her head that the Celeron is better than the Atom, it simply is not. The Atom is significantly faster, and not only that but uses far less power than the Celeron. This could be the reason why the Celeron is underclocked so much - 2W vs 5W, 45nm vs 90nm tech, 400MHz vs 533MHz FSB etc.. Celerons are now based on old technology (Pentium M), probably just rebranded old stock that needs to be shifted at a very cheap price (the price of this Celeron is way below half of the Atom).If you're not bothered about the speed of a netbook then this is a great deal. But from what I've seen the performance of even higher end netbooks leaves a lot to be desired, then this 600MHz one is going to be very poor.



The CPU is 900mhz - not sure where you're getting 600 from? Again, clock speed on paper is nothing compared to real world use, and as I said, it handles multiple applications with ease.

And I'm not sure what relevance your using powerful PCs has to this argument - I work in video post-production with 17-core real-time grading suites, I don't walk out of one and wonder why my asus isn't as quick?

Thanks to the above posters for those links to the various apps

[QUOTE=weiran;4279296
600MHz is low these days though, even for a netbook. I'm not sure where spraint got in his/her head that the Celeron is better than the Atom, it simply is not. The Atom is significantly faster, and not only that but uses far less power than the Celeron..[/QUOTE]

1. Only the Asus 4GB 701 models had their Celeron 900MHz cpus downclocked to 630MHz, although they will happily run at full speed whilst sacrificing some battery life. The Asus 900 models do not have their cpus crippled in any way.
2. Where I get my info from? I own 2 Asus 701 netbooks plus a Wind U100 running at 1.6GHz. I know what runs faster from real world experience. There ain't much difference truth to be told.

You are welcome to google to your heart's content trying to find a credible source that the Atoms are "significantly" faster or even plain faster than the Celerons they supplanted, but I won't hold my breath. The Atom N270 was designed with power economy in mind, not performance.

Here was one of the first benchmarks of the Asus 901 comparing it with the 900. Site is in German, but you can pretty much get the gist of what is going on.

eeepcnews.de/200…ch/

So is this a better deal then the Asda £150 model?

Original Poster

vanwade
So is this a better deal then the Asda £150 model?

I posted this deal on the basis that it was an ideal netbook that will browse the web for over 5 hours and with a comfortable key board. with Xp factored in yes it is cheaper but as you can read there is concern over the processor. I can honestly say my son plays online with it on penguin club while messenger is open and down loading updates. it is seemless honestly. If you are in the market for a £200 machine you will do well with this. If your budget is higher then there are defo better machines, Samsung nc10 is prime but £300 without Xp.

pedster;4286017

vanwade So is this a better deal then the Asda £150 model? I posted this … vanwade So is this a better deal then the Asda £150 model? I posted this deal on the basis that it was an ideal netbook that will browse the web for over 5 hours and with a comfortable key board. with Xp factored in yes it is cheaper but as you can read there is concern over the processor. I can honestly say my son plays online with it on penguin club while messenger is open and down loading updates. it is seemless honestly. If you are in the market for a £200 machine you will do well with this. If your budget is higher then there are defo better machines, Samsung nc10 is prime but £300 without Xp.



[FONT="Verdana"]I would say this is a good deal primarily for the fact that Windows XP Home Edition OS is included (buying separately would you set you back over £60.00p & was an issue for a number of members I've previously helped with netbooks that came bundled with Linux operating systems), it comes with 1GB of RAM (the Asda deal for the Acer Aspire One Netbook only came with 512MB of RAM), decent 80GB hard disk, good battery life and easy to upgrade via the access panel underneath the netbook itself.

The only disadvantage is the CPU is Celeron (clocking in at 900Mhz) rather than the Atom (clocking in at 1.6Ghz) but tests flagged up by other members (including links to test sites) have shown that this is not a big difference - hell you could easily run Windows 7 Beta on this without any hassles from what I can see.

Just my tuppence worth of input based upon the support I've provided to other members who purchased the Acer Aspire One Netbook (Asda) or the HP 2133 Mini-Note Netbook (eBuyer).

PS - Non-technical members would find it easier to upgrade the memory or the hard disk within this netbook due to the easy access panel on the bottom of the netbook.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

My 701 with the celeron M runs XP just fine - very well in fact. The 1.6ghz atom is roughly equivilent to the celeron M (900mhz) - and there is a freeware util to alter the eee's clock speed as you see fit. At lower clocks it's still remarkable capable.

dangel;4290116

My 701 with the celeron M runs XP just fine - very well in fact. The … My 701 with the celeron M runs XP just fine - very well in fact. The 1.6ghz atom is roughly equivilent to the celeron M (900mhz) - and there is a freeware util to alter the eee's clock speed as you see fit. At lower clocks it's still remarkable capable.



[FONT="Verdana"]Here's the utility in question...

EeeUser ASUS Eee PC Forum / eeectl / eeeclock
forum.eeeuser.com/vie…808

Creator's Website - eeectl

cpp.in/dev…tl/

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

Original Poster

Has anyone been out and managed to find these nationally?? I know there are more available in the Swindon Extra store.:-D

Maybe the credit crunch has really kicked in and those who could afford or wanted to make one of these affordable has already got the Acer One???:)

Anybody seen one of these instore recently?

Thanks.
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