This laptop the latest adding to the "Seashell" line of Eee PC netbooks along with features an good-looking lodge plan with a extremely thin outline at the front that slowly thickens towards screen hinge. This shape feels nice in your hand and looks even nicer when the computer is latent on a desk. The mixture of lustrous black plastics and silver metallic finish help intonation the a variety of details in the intend of this netbook.
Port assortment on the Eee PC 1215N is fairly normal for a modern netbook. ASUS gives you three USB 2.0 ports, VGA, HDMI-out, LAN, along with audio jacks. It also features a SDHC-card slot for going up internal storage space or just loading imagery off your camera while itinerant. We won't complain about the port assortment, but since we're opening to see USB 3.0 on more customer notebooks we hope it will start performance up on netbooks soon. The only unhelpful characteristic of the associations on this Eee PC is the super-tiny AC adapter block. Compared to any additional notebook or netbook (and even some cell phones) it is slighter and potentially weaker. We can't truthfully consider on long term steadfastness, but we don't see in your mind's eye this control jack might clutch up as well as more healthy connectors.
2GB DDR3 RAM
Intel Atom D525 Dual Core CPU 1.8GHz
12.1-inch diagonal WXGA
250GB 5400 rpm SATA HDD plus 500GB Online Storage
0.3 megapixel webcam
Windows 7 Home Premium
NVIDIA ION with Optimus
4-in-1 media card slot
Realtek 802.11 B/G/N Wi-Fi, Bluetooth