"Taiwanese computer parts maker Asus obviously didn't get the
"Didn't Asus know notebook computers need hard drives? Or that
they're supposed to run Windows--and the pre-loaded software must
bloat the boot-up process to the length of a long weekend? Don't
they know you don't just go selling laptops for less than $750--let
alone $400--unless the hardware has been aged like whisky?
"Asustek Computers Inc. went ahead and broke the rules with the
Eee PC. And we should all be thankful..."