There aren’t a ton of surprises in the review. The case is attractive, the keyboard roomy and easy to use (by netbook standards). But there are a boatload of pictures of the computer from the front, back, top, buttom, and sides.
There’s a SIM card slot hidden behind the battery pack. And speaking of batteries, this review unit came with a 3-cell, 2200mAh battery which provided just about 2 hours of operation time. Word on the street is that a 6-cell battery will also be available.
via Eee PC News.de
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