An Eee PC of One's Own
My soon to be hubby got me a pre-wedding gift: my very own Asus Eee PC!
And so far? Loving it. I plan to use it mainly for online browsing, webmail, and skype -- and for these it's about as plug and play as you can get.
As a new Eee PC owner I'd love to hear any tips and tricks you have for getting the most out of it. And of course, thanks to Shawn for the review that started it all: http://www.linuxjournal.com/node/1005898.
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