The 8.9-inch convertible touchscreen netbook is already available in the UK, with Intelâ€™s Z520 1.33GHz Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD.
To keep things short, according to techradar, Asus Eee PC T91 has the following pros and cons:
- Brilliant touch screen
- Great video playback
- Solid build quality
- Excellent battery life
- Comfortable keyboard
- Finger print magnet
- Can’t replace the battery
- Not the cheapest
- Weak audio quality
More likely to be position to be an affordable touchscreen netbooks, the Eee T91 has the flexibility of turn around 360 degree switch display and the convenient of a netbook.
This does sacrifice some accuracy when compared to capacitive displays, but this is clearly aimed at the more affordable end of the market, and makes much more sense as a general interface improvement as opposed to an artists dream.
Low powered Atom Z520
It’s not the standard N270 that can be found elsewhere though â€“ this is the even lower powered Z520, which boasts a top thermal design power of 2W (as opposed to 2.5W).
It’s a 1.33GHz clock with the US15W chipset that make the T91 could handle a 720p HD without have to work extra hard.
From Touchscreen to Tablet
You could rotate the screen and flips around to cover the keyboard and it will become turn to become a tablet with its 8.9-inch screen.
Another thing would be the present of the 32GB SSD that would let you run things smoothly, and provide just enough room with your essential files.
The standard factory RAM default is 1GB DDR2, but it is upgradable to 2GB in case you need a more RAM space for working with more applications in a row.
The battery life reported could last up to 5hrs; WiFi and optional HSDPA connectivity, also Bluetooth capability, other options are TV tuner and GPS receiver.
We receive information that Eee PC T91 in UK is set for approximately Â£449 ($684).
[ Source: TechRadar ]