The Asus Eee PC X101CH is said to be one of the better netbook buys in the market, although I suspect that not many people would actually bother with a netbook these days when tablets are all the rage. Still, if you have your heart and mind set on the Asus Eee PC X101CH, then you might be interested to know what and how the parts inside look like. You have come to the right place then, as the folks over at Liliputing have taken the Asus Eee PC X101CH apart. Underneath the hood, you will find an Intel Atom N2600 processor that is capable of supporting up to 2GB of memory. The sad part is, Asus ships the netbook with just half that amount, soldering the RAM onto the motherboard. This eliminates the possibility of adding another 1GB RAM since there is no RAM access panel located at the bottom of the netbook, and neither are there any SODIMM slots. Well, for $270 a pop, the Asus Eee PC X101CH is a pretty decent purchase, but be forewarned that netbooks are a dying breed.
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