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The folks at FidoHub include some pretty detailed installation instructions with their netbook touchscreen kits. But if you’re a visual learner, there’s something for you too. FidoHub has put together a three part video series with step by step instructions for installing a touchscreen on an Asus Eee PC 1000HE netbook.

The FidoHub touch panel kits typically run between $60 and $90 depending on your netbook model. And one of the nice things is that they’re designed for easy installation, no soldering iron required. But you will need to dissect your mini-laptop and remove the screen, which is a warranty-voiding procedure. So you’ll only want to undertake this minor surgery if you’re cool with that.

You can purchase a numebr of FidoHub touchscreen products from the company’s eBay store. And you can check out the 1000HE video tutorials after the break. Total run time is about 16 minutes.

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One reply on “How to install an Asus Eee PC 1000HE touchscreen”

  1. For those that have bought these for their netbooks: Are they worth the cost and warranty?

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