Asus Eee PC Review Part 2: Budget Subnotebook Perfection
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| One of the first things that impressed me about the Eee PC was the customized
| Xandros Linux operating system. After years of dealing with Windows headaches
| in the office I was amazed at how trouble-free the Eee PC was straight out of
| the box. Simply press the power button, log onto your WiFi network, and start
| using your Eee PC. Using a computer doesn't get any easier than this.
| In fact, as a long-time Mac OS user I have to admit the Eee PC's Linux is
| actually easier than using a Mac ... if you don't get too complicated.
2007's most important IT lesson is spelled with an Eee
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| The Eee shows too just how out of date the 'is Linux ready for the desktop?'
| argument is. Yes it is. Anyone can pick up an Eee with its standard Linux
| distro - or with a number of freely available alternatives - and just use it.
| That alone revitalises the 'is this paid-for operating system value for
| money?' question.