- Black eeepc 900 Linux with the pic of a 701.
- White eeepc 900 XP (All correct).
- Black eeepc 900 XP with the pic of a 701.
- White eeepc 900 Linux with the pic of a 701.
- Black eeepc 900 Linux without saying what model it is.
- Black eeepc 900 XP without saying what model it is.
- White eeepc 701 Linux and is ambiguous about OS (especially for non propeller-heads).
- White eeepc 701 Linux without saying what model it is.
- White eeepc 701 XP without saying what model it is.
- White eeepc 701 Linux and is also a little ambiguous about OS.
Well done DSE. You got one listing nailed with all the right information for someone to make an informed decision. What the heck is with the misinformation and ambiguity of the others?
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Comment by Daniel McMahon, on 5-Jun-2008 21:01
Tony, Thanks for the feedback. We've updated the website as of Wednesday with the correct images or the 900 and had some of the descriptions updated so should be a bit clearer now for everyone.
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