Most of the 10 inch netbooks Asus has released this year ship with glossy displays. The recently introduced Eee PC 1005PX bucks the trend with a matte, non-glare screen which is a bit easier to see in direct sunlight.
The display is the biggest thing setting the Eee PC 1005PX apart from the Eee PC 1005PE model I reviewed earlier this year. Both netbooks feature the same basic design, and both come with 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processors, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and6 cell batteries.
But there are a few other differences, which would seem to suggest that at least the base model of the Eee PC 1005PX will carry a lower price tag than its predecessor. While the matte display might appeal to some, this netbook has 2 USB ports instead of 3. And the 6 cell, 48Whr battery i srated at up to 8.5 hours. That’s pretty good, but not as good as the 63Whr battery that came with the Eee PC 1005PE I reviewed.
The Eee PC 1005PX has a number of different configuration options. It can run Windows 7 Starter Edition or Windows XP Home, there’s a Bluetooth 2.1 option, and the hard drive comes in 160GB, 250GB, and 320GB varieties.
The Eee PC 1005PX isn’t the only Asus netbook to launch this year with a matte display instead of glossy. The Asus Eee PC 1001P budget model netbook also has a non-glare screen.
via Eee PC News.de
im buying this one tomorrow and the compelling reason for that is the matte display.. it really easy on eyes.. dont knw why most of the manufacturers are producing glossy ones..glossy screens really s**ks..
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