Asus Eee PC 1001P taken apart
It’s a busy week for the guys over at NDevil. First they unbox the Samsung N220 twice, once in German then in English. They then take the netbook apart. This time round, they’ve taken apart the Pine Trail version of the Asus EeePC 1001P. The inside is pretty much the same as the 1005PE and 1008P Karim Rashid Edition except there’s no Bluetooth or 802.11n support. The battery is also of a lower capacity than it’s more expensive counterparts. That’s not always a bad thing though, as the 1001P is the cheapest of the Asus Pine Trail netbooks, available for just $299.
On the bottom of the netbook, there’s a panel which is removed by removing one screw. From there you can replace or upgrade the RAM. Anything else however, such as upgrading the hard drive, requires all of the screws on the bottom of the netbook to be removed, along with the keyboard. Below are the photos NDevil took of the inside of the 1001P.