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Apparently, there has been lots of changes and updates that happened along the way, and what we had imagined seems to be untrue. Brad proved that Ubuntu Mobile does not have the same UI as pictured above, instead it implements classic style menu navigation pictured below.
The Ubuntu Mobile basically runs on the Eee PC but Brad said that WiFi don’t work yet as of the moment. Let’s wait for few months more and see how the development goes. Brad has all the details he gathered on his blog including everything you need to install it, so check out.
As you may have already thought, one important thing the Eee PC 901 and 1000H lack is the readily setup 3G HSDPA, though Asus provided an open PCIE slot so you can practice your soldering talent and add the 3G card on your own effort at your own risk. And if you want to try, the ingredients are made available for you as well.
Ingredients: miniPCI-E connector (thin enough to fit inside the case), SIM Socket (1.5 mm height), metal screws to secure miniPCI-E, HSPA or EVDO miniPCI-E card, Coaxial wire with an U.FL connector, Spare cell phone antenna. [source]
Now, for the cooking procedure, there’s only one place you need to go and you’ll be good. jkk has all the knowledge you need to install 3G HSDPA on your Asus Eee PC. Beware though, that you have to be really good on the hot rod since soldering the mini PCIE is not easy to do. Actually, jkk have already claimed to not assist you in this matter right before you ask for it.
Oh btw, in case you are in doubt of jkk’s works, hit this.
Sometimes, reading your favorite blogs, visiting your favorite websites and other news sites is not enough for you and you think there’s something more you can do with Eee PC 1000H.
Bore yourself no more because the guy behind Staying Connected has proven that you can install some good PC games you miss on your eee pc. He has tested and played Call Of Duty, and he did not encounter any problem with it.
The competition on Netbooks is getting tougher, Eee PC has a very good standing, yet prices keep on rolling down. Just like in Newegg, they just cut $100 off on Asus Eee PC 1000H. Best Deal?