Eee PC 901 dismantled, broadband solder points found

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Joshua Fruhlinger
June 17, 2008 2:26 PM
In this article: asus, dismantled, eeepc, eeepc901
Eee PC 901 dismantled, broadband solder points found
Eee PC 901 dismantled
ASUS's Eee PC 901 has been unboxed, examined, pictured, tested, and now to end it all, it has been completely dismantled by a curious writer at bit-tech. They didn't find anything terribly unusual, but highlights include a monitor-diameter 802.11n antenna, the all-important SSD module (not soldered to allow for upgrades), internal fan, an IDE3 slot, and solder points labeled "3GCard" which you can interpret as you wish (we'll give you two guesses). Finally, they found a mysterious button that doesn't seem to do much of anything. So there you have it: The Eee PC 901 has officially been pillaged. Hit the read link for some exposed silicon.
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