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£169.99 Asus Eee PC 900 White 8.9in Web Browser

With solid state storage providing 16GB of space, a high resolution display and wireless connectivity, the Asus EEE PC 900A is a low-cost laptop computer that's ready to impress with ultra-portability.

Communicate easily with friends and colleagues thanks to the 1.3 megapixel camera and embedded microphone port. Get to grips with the exciting Linux operating system that's on board, letting you make the most out of this affordable WebBook.

The Eee 900 Series was officially launched in Hong Kong on April 16, 2008 and in the UK on May 1, 2008 for £329 (approximately €410, USD 650 including VAT). The system was launched in the US on May 12, 2008.

The Eee 900 series with WindowsXP-OS was scheduled for launch in Germany and Austria on June 26, 2008. The Eee 900 series dimensions are a little larger than the 70x models–measuring 225 × 165 × 35 mm (WxDxH) (8.8" × 6.5" × 1.4") and weighing around 1 kg (2.2 lb).

The machine has a multi-touch trackpad that allow two-finger scrolling and zooming via a "pinch" gesture and is available in Linux (in some markets) and/or Windows XP (in some markets) configurations.


Intel Celeron M 353 processor.

900MHz processor speed.

512k cache.


8.9in screen size. Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels. Widescreen.

16Gb hard drive capacity.

Intel UMA graphics card.

Media card reader - compatible with MMC/SD(SDHC) cards.

3 USB ports.

1 Ethernet ports.

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