A closer look at the Asus Eee T91 Netbook tablet. Reviews say it's smaller than my Eee 901. That means it's awesome for carrying around and a bit tight for typing. At just over 2 pounds, this is a computer (like my 901) that you could carry almost anywhere.
Here is a brief rundown of the specs:
- Size: 8.5" x 6.5" xy 1.1"
- Weight: 2.2 pounds
- 8.9" glossy LED-backlit WSVGA (1,024 x 600) screen
- Intel Atom Z520 processor
- Intel US15W chipset
- 1GB DDR2 memory
- 10/100 Ethernet
- 802.11 b/g wireless (n not confirmed)
- 32GB SSD
- Windows XP Home Service Pack 3
- Optional 3G data connectivity, GPS and DVB-T TV Tuner
- Integrated webcam (resolution not confirmed)
Besides being a tablet, relative to my Eee 901, I also like the fact that this is thinner and has a 32 GB SSD drive and is slightly smaller in size. I don't like that it gets slightly less battery life and am not sure if I like the glossy screen on it. I'm curious how the battery life of the 10-inch version will compare. (The Eee 1000HE is advertised at getting up to 9.5 hours of life between charges. Come out with a tablet that can do that and Asus just might have a repeat customer.)
The T91 should be coming out in just a few more months. While no final pricing has been set, it's expected to sell for around $500.
(HT Portable Monkey)