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hpr0008 :: Asus EeePC

Mubix and Redanthrax discuss the EEEpc

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Mubix and Redanthrax discuss the EEpc where they discuss prices and configurations available at the time. They discuss the reliability os solidstate drives and mention that there are no moving parts.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asus_Eee_PC

The Asus Eee PC is a netbook computer line from ASUSTeK Computer Incorporated, and a part of the Asus Eee product family. At the time of its introduction in late 2007, it was noted for its combination of a lightweight, Linux-based operating system, solid-state drive (SSD), and relatively low cost. Newer models added the options of Microsoft Windows operating system, rotating media hard disk drives (HDD) and initially retailed for up to 500 euro.
The first Eee PC was a milestone in the personal computer business, launching the netbook category of small, low cost laptops in the West (in Japan, subnotebooks had long been a staple in computing). According to Asus, the name Eee derives from "the three Es", an abbreviation of its advertising slogan for the device: "Easy to learn, Easy to work, Easy to play".
In January 2013, Asus officially ended production of their Eee PC series due to declining sales as a result of consumers favoring tablets and Ultrabooks over netbooks. However they subsequently restarted the line with the release of the 1015 series.

They also review backtrack:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BackTrack

BackTrack was a Linux distribution, superseded by Kali Linux, that focused on security based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at digital forensics and penetration testing use. In March 2013, the Offensive Security team rebuilt BackTrack around the Debian distribution and released it under the name Kali Linux.

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Comment #1 posted on 2013-12-20T03:27:16Z by redanthrax

this is dumb

who even made this

Comment #2 posted on 2013-12-21T01:08:02Z by Ken Fallon

Actually, no

Hi redanthrax,

And the show was by Mubix and Redanthrax. If that is you then I assume you are being vicious. If not you are been less than constructive, for no other reason than someone is using the same handle as yourself.

Ken.

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