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ASUS Eee PC 1000H Under The Covers

By: John Freeman | Netbooks (EOL) in Laptops | Posted: Jun 21, 2008 4:00 am

Deeper We Go



I began to think I had hit a home run when I got the black kit off. Unfortunately I was sadly mistaken as she wanted a lot more foreplay. I was going to have to wait for my chance. Delicately I parted each layer, careful not to upset the tender balance between tool and technique.



At last, exposed in a semi-naked state is the motherboard showing the essence of her assets. All that remained was to see the secret numbers tattooed on her CPU to really get my engine racing. Clearly she was worried modestly, as any decently seduced piece of hardware should be. The last piece of fabric separating me from my goal was so skimpy and tightly clad around her form, I had to take at least 5 minutes to get it off in one piece. To be so near the goal and tantalized by such a skimpy heatpad had me drooling like a teenager.



At last, removing the very small piece of skimpy covering laid the Eee PC bare.



The bottom half is always more fun when you strip it, but the top half when stripped had some fetching surprises too.



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