Asus Eee PC 1008HA Seashell dismantled

May 28, 2009 at 12:21 pm

Asus Eee PC 1008HANetbook Italia seems to be on a mission to rip apart every netbook at the moment. Following their teardown of the Samsung N120 and Acer Aspire One 751, they have now turned their attention to the sexy ultrathin Eee PC 1008HA.

This should be a guide most owners would be interested in; mostly to work out how they can go about changing that sealed battery for example. However, it doesn’t seem like an easy operation. Opening up the base is only half of the job, you also have to remove the PCB which makes it all quite laborious. The battery takes up half the room of the chassis, not surprising as they’ve used an ultrathin Lithium polymer battery rated at 2900mAh.

To maintain the skinny form factor it appears that Asus has subdivided the motherboard into three parts to make it fit easier. To reduce vibration, the HDD comes in a rubber cage which helps against knocks whilst on the move. Having a look at the guide, you can really appreciate the lengths taken by Asus to cram all of the technology into a skinny device. We’ve included a selection of photos after the jump, for the rest head over to Netbook Italia.

Thanks Marco!


3 Responses to “Asus Eee PC 1008HA Seashell dismantled”

  1. Jing said:
    February 23rd, 2015 10:01 AM

    Some do and some don’t, you will have to do your homework on which do or don’t. The ones that do, come with a 60 day trial vsoiern that you must buy through Microsoft. You can still use it for 60 days free but after 60 days you must input the product key you bought from Microsoft. If no key is inserted, you click cancel and goodbye, It’s gone.

  2. said:
    July 18th, 2015 10:25 PM

    For the love of God, keep writing these articles.

  3. said:
    August 11th, 2015 4:33 AM

    Just cause it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s not super helpful.

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