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Released during the netbook heyday, ASUS's Eee PC 1005HA was a stylish choice with a six-cell battery option that provided over seven hours of battery life.


  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: Jun. 23, 2009
  • Price at launch: $389.99


  • Laptop type: Netbook
  • Width: 10.31 inches
  • Depth: 7.01 inches
  • Thickness: 1.44 inches
  • Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Color: White, Blue, Pink, Black


  • Operating system: Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7, Linux


  • Screen size (diagonal): 10.1 inches
  • Technology: LCD
  • Backlight: LED
  • Resolution (X): 1024 px
  • Resolution (Y): 600 px

Display (base)

  • Type: Standard
  • Backlit: No
  • Number pad: No


  • Type(s): Trackpad


  • CPU brand: Intel Atom
  • CPU family: Diamondville
  • Model: N270
  • Cores: 1
  • Clockspeed: 1.6 GHz

Processor (base)

  • Brand: Intel Atom
  • Family: Diamondville
  • Model: N280
  • Cores: 1
  • Clockspeed: 1.66 GHz

Processor (max)

  • Graphics type: Integrated
  • Integrated GPU brand: Intel
  • Integrated GPU model: GMA 950

GPU (base)

  • Base RAM size: 1 GB
  • RAM type: DDR2


  • Options: HDD (5400RPM)
  • Base drive type: HDD (5400RPM)
  • Base drive capacity: 160 GB
  • Card reader: Yes
  • Card reader support: SD, MMC


  • Effective pixels: 1.3 megapixels


  • USB: 3
  • Ethernet: 1
  • Ethernet type: 10/100
  • VGA: 1
  • 3.5mm headphone: 1

Port options

  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Wi-Fi options: 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b
  • 802.11n frequencies: 2.4GHz
  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • Bluetooth version: 2.1 + EDR


  • Size: 23 Wh, 3 cell
  • Quoted time: 4 hr


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