While some laptop makers are standing aside on this umpc battle, thinking if it's worth it, Asus spawns more and more netbooks. The EeePC 1000HD and the 904HD were announced and already people are confused.
What does the HD mean and why we need them?
The EeePC 1000HD it's basically the same machine as the Pentium M-based Eee 904, only with the 1000's 10-inch screen. Also 80GB hard drive and 1.3 MP camera.
The EeePC 904HD has a 9 inch display and a hard drive, as you’d expect from the name, it features a 900MHz Intel Celeron CPU. It has an 80GB hard drive, 0.3MP camera, and a 6 cell battery.
So it looks like the HD means hard drive.
Easy to learn, Easy to work, Easy to play... ok, ok, but how to keep track of the differences from the 701 2G Surf, 701 4G, 701 4G Surf, 701 8G, 900, 901, 904HD, 1000, 1000H, and 1000HD?