Asus Eee PC 1000HE Unboxed

Asus Eee PC 1000HE Unboxing Photos
While inside the box…

I just bought an Asus Eee PC 1000HE a while ago and together with my SLR (super-low-res) camera, we took out all the contents of the box piece by piece while taking the nicest shot we can get. After unboxing everything, I realized that I really need to take Photography 101 and a nicer camera. But still this won’t stop me from sharing you the photos even if you don’t want to see them.

Hit continue for more photos.

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Asus EEE PC 10000HE and its peripherals

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EEE PC 1000HE side by side with EEE PC 701

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Booted up EEE PC 1000HE

I’m thinking of writing my own reviews of the netbook but I also think I should not. But somewhere in time, when I discover something worth sharing to everyone, I will certainly do.

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Last updated: April 14, 2011 |

Andrew is a longtime fan of portable laptops. Working as a tech journalist since 2004, he's had the chance to see these become better and better and now he's the Editor-in-Chief here at The site is mainly focused on Asus netbooks, tablets and mini laptops, but you can always find more about these devices over at , where Andrew spends most of its time. More on the About page. See all posts by .

3 Responses to “ Asus Eee PC 1000HE Unboxed ”

  1. Chesny said:

    Jan 06, 10 at 11:30 pm

    Asus Eee is not only portable, it is also one of the most affordable netbooks you can buy. Asus is also a good brand which means quality and reliabilty.

  2. Dave Williams said:

    May 18, 11 at 5:31 am

    I’m sure you’ll love your new Eee PC1000HE. I own two of these netbooks. The first blew its speakers and I broke the mposepad and keyboard connectors while trying to repair it. I bought a new unit and have been using this for over a year now and I love it. I have upgraded to Windows 7 and installed Ubuntu 11.04 in a dual boot configuration.
    My first unit didn’t go to waste though as I have replaced the HDD with a smaller drive and set it up as a Skype box, connected to my home phone through a USB TelBox. The screensaver shows a slideshow of all my photo’s. This is plugged into the power outlet and runs 24/7 which free’s up the battery to become a spare when I’m on long trips.

  3. Andrew said:

    May 18, 11 at 12:24 pm

    Dave, I doubt many will buy one of these anymore. It is after all a 2 years old model

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