Last November, I was lucky enough to be among the first few Eee PC owners. I enjoyed the little beast immensely and by using it, I was able to brush up my "mad Linux skillz". It had been my constant companion for months and I appreciated the fact that I get to carry some of my work with me without the risk of getting scoliosis.
Using my Eee, I was able to download and install Linux programs (a finance manager, a wireless network sniffer, Google Earth, etc.)... something I wasn't able to do with the other Linux boxes I used. I was even able to chronicle my Eee PC experience on a blog called NoypEee. But after 4 months of using my Eee, the downsides of the Eee finally got to me... its small screen, small tackpad and small keyboard took its toll. I'm currently working on a rather massive report which I find too hard to edit on the small screen of the Eee.
But good things never last... yesterday, I sold my Eee PC to my sister.
Now I'm back to working on my old reliable MacBook, which I intend to upgrade to Leopard soon.
As for the proceeds of my Eee PC's sale? I *might* get one of the following: An iPhone or a Nokia E90 or a Nokia N95.
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