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This netbook uses Intel Atom D525 (1.8 GHz) that has "Dual Core" technology, so it's faster than average netbooks. It's also faster than its predecessor, ASUS 1215P, that use Intel Atom N550 (1.5 GHz).
This netbook has 2 GB DDR3 RAM, faster than average netbook that use DDR2. The downside is that you can't upgrade it.
The real strength of this netbook is its display. It uses 12.1" "WXGA Glare LED" screen with 1366 x 768 resolutions. It's really comfortable to watch HD movies on this netbook. With its HDMI output, you can switch the display to your HD TV/monitor if the screen is not big enough. But you must use "light weight" player like Windows Media Player or SPlayer to run those movies smoothly. This netbook doesn't have optical drive, so you must store the movies on its hard drive. The hard drive has 250 GB capacity, large enough to store your movies collection.
Its keyboard has 82 keys that's really comfortable for typing. Unlike other ASUS product, its touch pad is rather hard to click.
The card reader (SD and MMC) is available for you to exchange files with your cellphone or other gadget. Like other netbook, ASUS 1215N also use USB 2.0 for its connectivity. Its webcam is not good enough because only has 0.3 MP.
In my opinion, ASUS Eee PC 1215N is really good to buy. It has above average performance on its price range. One year warranty and Windows 7 Home Premium also make this product better than average netbook.