With the poor global economy, the computer market is having one of the roughest years in recent memory with most all of the major computer makers reporting missed earnings and looking at layoffs in efforts to return to their former levels of profitability.
But despite the poor economy and reduced numbers of computers shipped, not all is doom and gloom in the computer market. The netbook segment is producing significant levels of growth in the industry and at this point, most all PC makers are in the netbook market with machines of their own. The only notable holdout is Apple.
Today we are going to look at a netbook from ASUS, the company that started the netbook revolution. Specifically, we are looking at the ASUS Eee 1002HA netbook that has a very slick design and some great features that shoppers looking for a netbook will want to take notice of. The 1002HA isn't a perfect netbook, but it comes dangerously close to being the best netbook in the land.
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