Engadget was able to get an Asus Eee PC S101, and this what they said about it:
Don’t get us wrong, we really like this little netbook. It’s slim, light, solidly built, not entirely gaudy and comes with quite the pedigree, but we’re having trouble choking down that $699 pricetag for what’s still ostensibly a “second” computer. Here’s the way we see it: this new, wonderful 0.75-inch thick form factor can’t just be a random noodling by ASUS, we’re expecting all sorts of trickle down to other models in the future — except there’s really no place to trickle down on the specs.
Basically, they loved the form factor, but they feel that the design is a bit gaudy at places (I’m guessing it’s the Swarovski crystals on the hinges) and the keyboard is a bit cramped. But they liked the matte screen, the number of ports, and the nice multi-touch keyboard.