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HP Mini-Note 2133 vs. Asus Eee PC gallery

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Design, Features, PC / Laptop

We figured we’d put two of our favorite together for a quick head-to-head, just to show the size differences between the and the Asus . We’ve put together a small gallery comparing the sizes of the two systems, including what we believe to be the most important difference, the keyboard size.

Click on through to see the HP Mini-Note vs Eee PC gallery.

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Bleeding Edge TV 231: Eee PC Full Desktop Mode, and installing Beryl for more awesomeness

The second in our series of Asus Eee PC how-to videos, this episode features instructions on how to activate the ‘s hidden Full Desktop Mode, a power-user mode featuring a launcher similar to the Start menu from Windows. Additionally, Nate True demonstrates how to activate Beryl, a 3d desktop effect engine that adds stunning visual effects to your desktop, including windows that stretch and wobble like Jell-O when you move them around and a rotating desktop cube display.

The process to install and activate Beryl is a bit involved, though the results are quite worth it. Check out the video for the details - and as promised, here are the two long lines so you can copy and paste them to your console:

To authorize the community Eee PC repository:

curl http://download.tuxfamily.org/eeepcrepos/key.asc | sudo apt-key add -

Remember the trailing hyphen (-) IS required. To authorize the Beryl repository:

curl http://debian.beryl-project.org/root@lupine.me.uk.gpg | sudo apt-key add -

Again, the ending hyphen (-) is required. We have a few more Eee PC hacks on the way, so be sure you are subscribed so you don’t miss any.


Bleeding Edge TV 207: Asus Eee PC RAM Upgrade

The Eee PC is an amazing little wonder of a device. However, unless you buy the 8G version, your little Linux mobile laptop isn’t fully powered. Luckily, getting inside the Eee PC is not much of a challenge at all, and adding in some extra RAM typically works nicely for any computer user. In this episode, Nate True show us how to upgrade the RAM in the Eee PC. All you need is a tiny Philips screwdriver, a 1 or 2 GB RAM module, an Eee PC, and a few minutes of time. Check out the video for the full details, and let us know how it goes if you try it out. Remember, we will have more Eee PC tips and hacks for you soon.


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