Still confused about the differences between the Eee PC 901, Eee PC 1000 and Eee PC 1000H? Asus has posted a handy little comparison chart showing how the three models stack up against one another. If the image above is hard to read you can check out the original at the Asus news site.

For the most part, the computers are identical except for size, weight, operating system and the amount and type of storage they use. And of course price. But while Asus has released the initial pricing for Taiwan, I’ve learned not to pay too much attention to the Taiwanese prices, as Asus tends to have different prices for its computers in different markets. I’m willing to bet these computers will cost a bit more in Europe than in Taiwan, while the US pricing will be similar or lower to the Taiwanese pricing.

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2 replies on “The new Eee PC models: A comparison chart”

  1. Brad, is there any chance you could do up a chart like this to cover the sheer glut of various netbooks announced in recent weeks? I’d love to be able to compare the EeePC, HP Mini, MSI Wind, etc., etc., etc., on a single page.

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