asus 701 eeepc

Postby jwp1 » Fri Mar 13, 2009 3:28 am

Hi I have the stock version of linux on my asus 701.
I want to have an updated browser will presto work on the 701? the camera and wifi?

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Re: asus 701 eeepc

Postby xandroskenw » Fri Mar 13, 2009 11:51 am

Hi jwp1,

Unfortunately, Presto 1.0 does not support your ASUS Eee PC 701. The first release is to work in conjunction with Windows XP or Vista. This means that it requires the system with Windows XP or Vista installed.

Thanks,
Ken

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March 13, 2009

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