No, this isn’t a hack or anything. Apparently, there’s a Windows application available, called RemoteJoyLite, that turns your Eee (or any other netbook for that matter) into an external display for your PSP. Just plug your PSP in and play away.
Spotted on Dynamism: It seems that Japanese distributor Dynamism is taking pre-orders for a 160GB Eee PC 1000. It will be available on September 24. The $449.99 price tag seems to be for the 40GB GD and I’m pretty sure we’d see a significant price increase for the 160GB model. Via EeePC.net
The Asus Eee PC currently faces some competition with various similar-sized alternatives like the XO, the Intel Classmate PC, the Everex Cloudbook and (for some) even the Apple Macbook Air. And recently rumors have it that Acer is planning an ultraportable release. Here’s another rumor: MSI might come out with an ultraportable of its own. […]
The Eee is indeed among the hottest gadgets this Christmas shopping season. But what about other alternatives (Eees are sold out in many places, after all). Here’s one: the Everex Cloudbook. According to Ubergizmo, it could make for good competition to the Eee. This Linux-powered UMPC touts to follow the Eee PC in many aspects, […]