Member since: Jan 4th, 2007
Jun 21st 2010 9:44PM @TikiTeko Android market doesn't have subscription based apps as far as I know. It's a one time deal.
Jun 12th 2010 7:18PM Engadget, this is definitely not the first ASUS AMD netbook. The 1201T has been out for quite a while now (and is quite awesome).
Jun 6th 2010 11:33PM @HowardtheDuck That's great that you have absolutely no sense of value. "I don't like this $400 PC so PCs suck, I'm going to buy a Mac that's $1300!" Why don't you give it a fair comparison.
Jun 2nd 2010 6:28PM @n8equalsd That's what she said.
May 18th 2010 8:05PM @Firehazel Funny that you mention those specs, I'm using that computer right now. AMD Neo Processor, 11.6" screen, 2GB RAM, ATI 3200 video, 250GB HD. Google it, ASUS 1201T.
Apr 30th 2010 9:35AM @High WAIT. What on earth are you talking about. Are you really calling Dreamweaver, Encore, After Effects, InDesign, and Audition junk? You're an ass then. Adobe makes absolutely fantastic products. Flash isn't that great and Adobe Acrobat is pretty crappy as well, but everything else they make is great. Don't knock before you try.
Mar 30th 2010 12:52PM @Organic Jerk And the 1201T
Mar 30th 2010 12:27PM DDR3-1066MHz is slow now?
Mar 30th 2010 12:26PM @redhotlamaWhen VGA projectors stop existing. So in another 10 years maybe.
Mar 29th 2010 10:54AM Man, these are sure going to look ugly sticking out of the device. Couldn't you just get a $2 USB SD reader and attach it to the USB one? Save yourself $28. But I guess if you're spending >$500 on this, saving money for you isn't really an issue.
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Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble