EEE Docking Feature With Asus 1005P Netbook

Asus 1005P Netbook has the Atom 450 processor and pre-installed with Windows 7 Started edition. It introduces the feature Eee Docking an intuitive software which make our access to useful software products ,Services and digital data easily. It is bundled with Eee PC and 1005P belongs to Eee PC. This article is a review of 1005P Netbook and how EEE Docking feature works on it.

Asus Eee 1005P Netbook Configuration

Now let us examine this product one by one. It has Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor with 512k of L2 cache and having Intel NM10 Chipset. It has 1GB DDR2 RAM and 160 GB SATA HDD. It runs on Windows 7 Starter Edition with 10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600) LED Display. Now let us check the accessories. Asus 1005P has headset port with MP Webcam and SD/MMC Card-Reader. Now let us check how data can be transferred through 1005p mini laptop. We have four modes of communication options. They are RJ-45/Ethernet (10/100), IEEE802.11 b/g adapter, 3 USB 2.0 ports and Bluetooth. These four modes are more than enough to put or take data.
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Eee Docking in Asus 1005P Netbook offers the following services:

Eee Docking is an Asu toolbar to bring more functionality to users. This feature is currently available for Eee devices which runs on Windows 7 and XP. This toolbar bring extra visual effects and the ability to capture and save web cam broadcast. The same saved web cam broadcast can be easily transmitted over a chat network like Yahoo Messenger. One of the uses of this feature is to the ability to use same saved web cam video to broadcast over a network multiple times if you do not want to broadcast live video.
  1. It helps to Stream or download a variety of exciting digital content

  2. It helps share/sync messages and data with other Eee PCs, notebooks, or desktop PCs without connecting to the Internet

  3. It contains applications that enhance visual effects

  4. It contains a set of useful tools including Live Update, Parental Control and Font Resizer


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