"While it's physically identical to the Eee PC 900 (Windows XP
version), this Linux version of the Eee PC 900 has a larger
internal storage capacity and is therefore more expensive. Who
would have thought that a Linux-based notebook would ever be more
expensive than a Windows XP-based notebook? Not only that, the
Linux interface that ASUS has employed is clear and well-laid out;
in fact, it's actually easier to use than the Windows XP version,
but it does feel a little slower overall.
"It's the tabbed interface that makes the Linux version so easy
to use, as it keeps all of the notebook's different functions in
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