ASUS Eee Top ET1602 Touchscreen Nettop Review

“First impressions are positive. Despite the relatively budget price for the Eee Top, ASUS have managed to eke out more than a little style from its plastic casing. Held upright by a strong, spring-loaded metal leg, the body of the Eee Top is white gloss-finish plastic sitting in a transparent tray. Stand (and carry handle) aside, the nettop is just 4cm thick; along the back run gigabit ethernet, four USB 2.0, power, microphone, line-in and headphone ports, plus a Kensington lock hole. On the left-hand side there are a further two USB 2.0 ports, plus a multiformat memory card reader.” Read more here:

Asus Glaxy 7 gets a first look at wmpoweruser!

“Disappointingly one of the main features that had us excited, the 800 Mhz Marvell processor, has fallen by the wayside, and the smartphone will instead sport a 528 Mhz Qualcom MS7200A processor.Mobile-review go on to say the built-quality is excellent, featuring metal, soft touch plastic and even leather. They felt the hand-feel, due to the rounded corners were very good, and made the device feel smaller than it was.Regarding Asus’s Glide interface, they felt the quality was comparable to TouchFlo3D, and found the device responsive.” More here: