The Asus Eee PC S101H is basically just an Eee PC with a hard drive instead of a solid state disk. I got a chance to see one at CES, but didn’t think too much of it since it seemed to have pretty much the exact same specs as the Eee PC S101, right down to the 10.4″ x 7.1″ x 1″ dimensions. I was also told that there are currently no plans to release the S101H in the US.

But Johannes of Eee-PC.de got a chance to shoot a few photos of an Eee PC S101 next to an Eee PC S101H, and you know what? The model with the hard drive is a little thicker. You can find some more photos of the two netbooks next to one another at Eee-PC.de. And you can see a few images of the Eee PC S101H that I snapped at CES after the break.

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One reply on “Asus Eee PC S101 vs. Eee PC S101H”

  1. This is so much thicker, maybe there’s more battery power in there as well.

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