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Asus may give Eee PC 900 buyers free battery upgrade

Posted on Thursday, April 24 2008 @ 00:30:22 CEST by

Asus caused some controversy as its Eee PC 900 retail models feature a lower-capacity battery model than the units it send to reviewers in Hong Kong and therefore the firm is considering to give buyers a free battery upgrade:
Several consumers in Hong Kong who purchased Eee PC 900s on the first day have complained that the battery that came with their system (4-cell, 4400mAh) does not have the same capacity as that of review samples supplied to the Hong Kong media (4-cell, 5800mAh) before the launch.

Asustek explained that the 4400mAh battery is currently the standard for the Eee PC 900, while it plans to introduce the 5800mAh battery in later products. It said 5800mAh batteries were provided to the media for testing by mistake.
Source: DigiTimes



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