Asus is running a survey that solicits feedback about the company’es Eee PC netbooks. The first half of the survey asks general background questions such as whether you’re male or female, how much money you make, and which Eee PC models you own. But things start to get interesting in the Usage sections of the survey.
Basically, the questions ask what kind of peripherals you plug into your netbook, which built-in features you use (Bluetooth, Webcam, card reader, multitouch trackpad, etc), and how you feel about the computer’s hardware. Some of my favorite questions ask what you think of the glossy, fingerprint-prone lid and the metric ton of Asus Eee-branded software that Asus loads on its netbooks. I don’t know anybody that actually uses the Eee Dock, for example. So whether you love it, or hate it, this survey gives you a chance to let Asus know.
Asus also wants to know which of its two latest keyboard designs you prefer. If you’re having trouble telling them apart, the one on the left features a smaller shift key on the lower right side, but larger arrow and PgUp and PgDn buttons. The keyboard on the left also features an island or chiclet-style design, with space between the keys.