Starting Tuesday, buyers of the Eee PC 901 will be able to use 20GB of online storage to complement their laptop's internal storage. Most Eee PCs come with small flash memory-based storage space, a limitation for people who like to carry around music, photos and other data.
But Eee Store is designed to expand the amount of data a user can store and access using their Eee PCs. Eee PCs can come with as little as 2GB of internal storage on the cheapest models, up to 20GB on the Eee PC 900, which launched in April.
"We're providing Web storage and we're using shock proof [flash] storage," said Jerry Shen, CEO of Asustek, in a briefing. "We think this is more flexible, we give the user remote storage on the Web and internal storage that's shock proof."