Asus Eee PC 1018P video review

Andrew Williams



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The Asus Eee PC 1018P is very good at being a netbook. It's particularly slim, small, light and more pleasant to use than some cheaper alternatives thanks to its aluminium-clad interior. However, you do pay for such luxuries and with a single-core Atom processor and no HDMI output, it can't handle video nearly as well as some similarly-priced netbooks from other manufacturers.

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June 16, 2011, 3:08 pm

I think the review is fair about the screen - the build quality is really good and the keyboard (once I got used to it) is great - I'm directly comparing it to the Samsung NC10. I got one of these from Comet three months ago and to be honest I think it's excellent. The Comet one is £299 (inc), lacks the finger print reader and gains a N550 dual core atom. Stick in 2GB of RAM and it's a cracking, light yet sturdy portable.

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