The Eee PC 1015P is one of the latest 10 inch netbooks from Asus. And like any new tech product, a netbook hasn’t really been baptized until someone has taken one apart to see what it’s insides look like. Fortunately you don’t have to wait for someone to actually purchase an Eee PC 1015P and dissect it to get a look at the innards. The FCC has done the heavy lifting for us.

The FCC has published a series of documents related to the Eee PC 1015P, including some teardown photos showing the battery, RAM access panel, removed keyboard, and the insides of the computer including the motherboard, hard drive, and wireless module.

There don’t seem to be any major surprises, but there is a fairly large amount of free space inside this 10 inch netbook, which should come as good news to hackers who like to cram extra components in their mobile computers.

via Netbook Italia

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4 replies on “Asus Eee PC 1015P bares all for the FCC”

  1. Once again Asus continues their practice of not giving users easy access to the hard drive. And I will continue my practice of not buying because of it.

  2. this news come from – the fake blog site know as only clone it. check the tweets

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