The ASUS EEE Box series will be having a new addition to its line of compact, plug-and-play, low-profile desktops. The new ASUS EEE Box 203 is pretty much the same as its predecessors, except that this one will be powered by a Celeron C220 1.2GHz processor instead of the Intel Atom 1.6GHz. The ASUS website says that the Celeron processor will be a “faster” one despite the speed drop, but it doesn’t mention exactly how fast.
The rest of the specs should stay the same. The ASUS EEE Box B203 will run on Windows XP Home (the product page recommends using Windows Vista instead though), has 4 USB ports, DVI output, a flash card reader, Ethernet and WiFi connectivity, and comes in 80GB, 120GB, and 160GB hard drive options.
i recently bought a white Asus Eee PC and i am very surprised about the size of this machine. it is very small and lightweight compared to my Toshiba laptop.
I own an Asus Eee and an acer netbook but i often use the Asus Eee because it is so much lighter and easily fits in my small bag.
i always use my Asus Eee PC when i am travelling. It is very convenient to carry on any place.
my Asus Eee PC broke down a couple of months ago. I bought a new one which is still an Asus Eee, i love this netbook.