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HP Debranded Eee PC Eee PC 4G – Galaxy Black Intel Mobile CPU 7" WVGA 512MB Memory 4GB SSD NetBook

  • Intel Celeron M 353
  • 512MB Memory 4GB SSD
  • Linux
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Personal computing has never been so portable, or so affordable. The new EeePC, a joint venture between Intel and Asus, is designed to be your constant companion and your elegant yet affordable introduction to computing. Weighing in at only 2 pounds, with a compact and highly-readable seven-inch display, the EeePC is perfect little assistant. Running on a customized Linux operating system, it responds far more speedily than its Windows counterparts, but it’ll run Windows XP quite happily, if you like.

The EeePC offers two types of intuitive interface, to let you choose how you want to use it. Using either the "Easy" or full desktop mode, you can use the built-in WLAN connectivity to communicate on the run, share photos from your trip before you get home, or do almost anything else online. Flash storage keeps the weight low – without a hard drive, this micro-monster weighs in at 0.89 kilograms . . . that’s less than two pounds!

With the 40 included applications, onboard webcam, high-speed internet capability, and exquisite sound, the EeePC could become your best friend – move over, Fido!

  • newegg Easy to Use The Asus EeePC provides two modes of intuitive user interface: a full desktop mode for experienced PC users and an easy mode for inexperienced PC users to start using the EeePC quickly without checking through the manual.
  • newegg 7” LCD Screen The 7” LCD screen accommodates the Asus EeePC’s compactness and delivers a bight and extensive view for mobile Internet applications.
  • newegg Built-in 4GB Storage The Asus EeePC features a built-in 4GB S.S.D (Solid-State Disk), sufficient for regular Internet applications, for reduced power consumption, quick system boot and less susceptibility to shock damage.
  • newegg Supreme Network Connectivity With built-in 802.11b/g WLAN, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and a 56K modem, the Asus EeePC offers comprehensive network connectivity for free surfing on the Internet and your local network.

Learn more about the ASUS Eee PC 4G – Galaxy Black

General

Brand
HP Debranded
Series
Eee PC
Model
Eee PC 4G – Galaxy Black
Part#
90OA01A20112111U125Q

Operating System

OS Provided
Linux

Processor

CPU Type
Intel Mobile CPU

Chipset

Chipset
Intel Mobile Chipset

Display

Screen Size
7"
Widescreen Display
Yes
Display Type
WVGA
Max Resolution
800 x 480

Graphics

Graphics Processor
Integrated Graphics
Video Memory
Shared system memory

Memory

Memory
512MB

Solid State Drive

SSD
4GB

Dimension & Weight

Dimension
8.86" x 6.30" x 0.79-1.26"
Weight
2.0 lbs.

Feature

Feature
Easy to Learn, Easy to Work, Easy to Play
- 7" compact design and less than 1kg
- Durable, shock-proof solid-state design
- Rich network and wireless connectivity
- Graphic user interface for simplicity and ease of use
- Over 40 built-in applications for learn, work and play

Netbook Camera

Camera Type
Built-in
Camera Pixels
0.3 Megapixel

Communications

LAN
10/100Mbps
WLAN
802.11b/g Wireless LAN

Expansion / Connectivity

USB
3 x USB 2.0
Video Ports
1 x VGA
Audio Ports
Audio Jack - Out (3.5mm)
Audio Jack - In (3.5mm)

Audio

Audio
Hi-Definition Audio CODEC
1 Internal Microphone
Speaker
Built-in stereo speakers

Input Device

Touchpad
Yes
Keyboard
Standard

Card Reader

Card Reader
MMC/SD(SDHC)

Battery

Battery
4 cell 5200mAh
Battery Life
3.5 hours

Manufacturer Warranty

Labor
2 years warranty with Zero Bright Dot (ZBD) Guarantee
Parts
2 years warranty with Zero Bright Dot (ZBD) Guarantee

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years


Customer Reviews of the ASUS Eee PC 4G – Galaxy Black

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  • Mac M.
  • 10/6/2008 9:57:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAsus EEE PC

Pros: Bought this for our vacations, got tired of trying to find a computer to check my email. Also it comes with Skype so telephoning home will be inexpensive and easy. Its size and weight, the fact it runs Linux so viruses are not a big concern are all positives. Internet browsing is done on Mozilla firefox.

Cons: Small screen and keyboard.

Other Thoughts: Its not going to replace your laptop but for email, skype, internet access while on vacation it is hard to beat.

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/29/2008 9:07:08 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggshad to RMA still exp. mouse issues

Pros: Size is a perfect fit, performs well, even get compiz fusion working in Ubuntu.

Cons: Had to RMA the unit at least once, experiencing mouse issues and may have to RMA a second time but I haven't narrowed down if it's a driver/kernel or a hardware issue but apparently mouse issues are common, so buyer beware.

Other Thoughts: I have tried Slackware, Arch, Ubuntu, and Ubuntu Eee (which seems to work the best.

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  • Gordon T.
  • 7/26/2008 6:05:32 AM
  • Tech Level: Low
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Secondary Laptop

Pros: Well, i just got my EEPC 4g 2 days ago and i couldnt be happier with it. I was worried at first buying such an inexpensive laptop, also by the fact that i had never even seen a linux OS before. Its Fast (full boot in 10-15seconds), its easy to use i love the linux, and the wifi works great. Its really small, but very very sturdy doesnt rattle and feels solid. Props to asus for this one.

Cons: I wouldnt use this as my only computer. the best use for this computer is for a travel laptop that you can surf the web, write documents, and manage emails, or use it like an Ipod with music and video. If you want to do more then you'll probably want to invest in a larger laptop.
I will definatly be taking this with me on all my trips from now on. My XPS weighs 9lbs and is too massive to fit in a backpack. This thing ways 2lbs max and i could almost fit it in a pocket.

Other Thoughts: This is an awesome bang for the buck. I would recomend this to anyone. Also the 4gig memory isnt too small at all. I just carry a flash USB that holds all my documents and pop it in when i need to access them.

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/24/2008 11:09:23 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent for beginners, and also for pros

Pros: I adore this little machine. I have been waiting for years for someone to make a durable miniature laptop like this one. The keyboard is somewhat cramped, but it is definitely of the same quality as any other notebook on the market. The quality of sound through earphones is very good. Videos from the internet run very smoothly. The quality of the webcam image is quite disappointing. They need to have options to change the color of the picture to adapt to yellow incandescent lighting.

Cons: The standard Xandros linux is pretty limited. It's designed to make the Eeepc an easy to use internet/word processing appliance for novice computer users. There are great tips and help in the forums at eeeuser.com - among these is an easy upgrade, to where you get to use a different graphics layout which is more like what windows users are used to - KDE. It's well worth getting the XP version of this machine if you aren't at all familiar with Linux, and you want to spread your wings a little bit. There seems to be a very common defect in the SDHC card reader. Mine generally reads large files without a problem, but will corrupt data when attempting to write large files to the card. I sent my eeepc back back to the asus service center because of this, and they sent back an unopened new machine, with exactly the same defect.

Other Thoughts: I installed WNOP puppy linux on it with beryl/compiz, and, after some mods which others on the puppy linux forum had figured out, it runs like a dream. I bought an extra 10400 mAh oversize battery from hong kong, and that runs the machine for 4½ hours. I'm pining after a touch screen overlay made for the eeepc that can be bought for about $80usd. We'll see about that.

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  • Jason A.
  • 7/17/2008 1:24:01 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWonderful

Pros: Absolutely wonderful. I work in IT, and use Linux almost exclusively (save for one Solaris desktop and a few more arcane OSs). This is a great computer - relatively fast for moderate work (terminal, browser, network tools, etc.). Best of all, it's TINY. I can throw the eeePC, charger, and a complement of cables in a bag and carry it anywhere without even noticing it. It's also a godsend for work in the data center or wiring closet - it's barely larger than a Fluke tool and does everything - tiny, balances in one hand, and easy to balance between equipment.

Cons: Xandros. It's awful. I installed my distro of choice (OpenSuSE, pretty straightforward install following one of the many online tutorials) on an 8GB SDHC card. It now boots from the SD card, no performance decrease at all (since the internal storage is also SD), and the internal disk is unchanged, so if I ever want to sell it, I just pop out the SDHC card and it's back to factory.

Other Thoughts: Whether you're a student and want something light and small to take to class, or work in IT and want a *great* little machine for field work, or anything else, it can't be beat. As long as you buy an SDHC card and use something other than the default Xandros (there's even eeeBuntu, an Ubuntu image ready to run).

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  • Megan O.
  • 7/8/2008 12:15:27 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Small enough to fit in any of my purses or bags, but does everything I'd want a full-sized laptop to do. Battery life is decent and the power brick is tiny so it's no trouble to carry it with you.

Cons: The stock operating system looks like it was made for small children.

Other Thoughts: I've paired this with a Logitech Nano wireless mouse and it's perfect. I almost never leave the house without it.

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  • Johanne C.
  • 7/7/2008 8:40:00 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWatch Out Jackie Chan

Pros: As a 'mobile internet device', it's a dream. Connects to any wireless effortlessly, fits in my purse, and takes the subsequent abuse well. It also fits on the corner of my desk when tinkering with my desktop. As a work machine on the go, it preforms equally well. I had no trouble adjusting to touch typing on the keyboard after thirty min or so, and I found that I can hold the computer with one hand and type with the other while walking around. All the apps are there, along with a few nifty ones you might not expect to use. The function plotter has been a lifesaver for my Calc 2 class. It boots up and shuts down insanely fast, and I find myself picking it up when I need to look up something quick on the internet, rather than boot up my main comp.

Cons: I find that running more than two applications clutters up the screen so much that it's no longer usable. It's great for traveling or taking to school, but I wouldn't do any real work on it. I haven't had any issues with the battery yet as I'm always near a plug, but I can see where that could be a problem.

Other Thoughts: As an added bonus, this little computer can double as a self-defense device in case of mugging. Although, such use is not recommended by the manufacturer and will probably void your warranty.

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  • Justin S.
  • 6/17/2008 8:50:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsNice little computer!

Pros: Very portable, efficient, and sleek looking. Decent power for its size and price point. Extremely light as well. Runs very quickly when loaded with an efficient OS (such as xUbuntu).

Cons: The small keyboard (especially the spacebar) has trouble registering keystrokes at times. I knew the screen size before I bought it, but the resolution could be better for the size. 1024x600 or so could be fit into a 7" screen.

Other Thoughts: Mine came with a defect on the LCD screen with a small cluster of dead pixels, but I don't consider the problem bad enough to warrant an RMA yet. If it gets worse, I might change my mind.

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  • Donald B.
  • 6/4/2008 9:09:48 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerforms as advertised

Pros: It is what it says it is and does what it says it does. I installed a different Linux OS (didn't care for that "kiddy toy" look with Xandros) and configured it to my taste. Set up compiz, overclocking, and a VMWare virtual Win XP machine, all on a SDHC card. Added a 2GB SO-DIMM (also from Newegg). It's been running 6 weeks trouble free. The neighbors are still in awe of it!

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: You gotta understand what it is before you buy it: a very small, very cheap sub-notebook that runs hot, has a miniature keyboard, tinny little speakers, and a tiny screen, that lasts about 2 hours on the OEM battery. Don't plan on composing a symphony or writing your next novel on this -- it's not up to that kind of use.

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  • John B.
  • 6/4/2008 7:18:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Nice little machine. Purchased for my 5 year old daughter, specifically with the Linux distro. She's having a wonderful time with it. Plugged in a Logitech mouse, no driver install, worked instantly, plugged in an old 15" lcd, works fine @ 1024x768. Were I so inclined, the unit is plenty capable for me to actually do real work off of with OpenOffice, Thunderbird and Firefox, as well as image editing and and IM. Most importantly, it's easy for her to navigate, pull her pictures off her sd card and play with them, and there are a handful of programs, drawing, hangman etc, that she can easily find and play with. Battery life seems very good, only down to 80% after an hours play.

Cons: Can't really think of any other than the lack of an optical drive, but there are 3 usb ports, ethernet and wi-fi so that's not really an issue here on the network.

Other Thoughts: Quite a unit for the price.

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