Thursday, April 23, 2009

Get the Worth From Your Computer

When I decided to pursue my masteral degree in IT, I know I must have my own personal computer to use so, I can work on my programming projects and do my online works.My Asus Eee PC 1000HA model

I decided then to buy a notebook, an ASUS Eee PC 1000HA and evaluated it according to these criteria:

1. price - it was purchased around $350.00
2. memory - it has 1GB DDR2
3. hard disk - it has 160GB with 10GB online extension
4. size - 10" of monitor
6. battery - 6 cells making it 7 hours of battery life
7. processor - Intel Atom 1.6Ghz N270
8. reviews - I heard good stuffs about my notebook

I just recently purchased it this April (barely 3 weeks old) from an online store and our family from USA sent it to us. I was using it pretty well when I was working on my internet routines, it got battery drained, and stop functioning. I thought it was only its battery, but after hours of recharging, it has remained dead.

I placed my query and complaint through ASUS technical support website and expect a reply within 48 hours. I only hope I would really get the worth from my money and time.

2 comments: said...

Sorry to know regarding your case.If you do not get any proper reply than you can complain in consumer forum for further assistance in your country .Best of luck to you for this issue ,

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rosilie said...

Thanks! They replied already but they want me to ship my unit back to US. Problem is I am in the PHilippines. This is the drawback of buying online elsewhere in the world. LOL!

Our family member from USA will have to get the unit from me and he will have this stuff returned himself. what an inconvenience.