The Asus Eee 701 generated a lot of buzz in the marketplace when it was first released and met the needs of those wanting a capable ultra-portable device. Whether there was pent up demand or possibly the new sub-compact created new demand is open for debate. However, the fact is many were not comfortable with switching to a Linux machine. Along comes the Atom processor from Intel and Asus combined that processor with Windows XP Home and upped the screen size from 7" to 8.9" and the Eee 901 was born. As computing devices get smaller, storage needs are moving in the opposite direction as some users' needs are increasing as digital media collection grow bigger. That's where the Thecus NAS appliance comes in. With five SATA II drive bays coupled with multiple RAID options this unit goes beyond the single/dual-drive external storage devices. Check out the rest of the reviews by clicking on the links below.
Antec Three Hundred Case @ Virtual-Hideout
Aeneon XTune DDR2-1142 2GB Memory Kit @ TweakTown
Asus Eee PC 901 @ Neoseeker
Thecus N5200BR NAS Server @ HotHardware