Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Schematic Circuit Diagram | Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Review

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Schematic Circuit Diagram  | Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Review

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Motherboard

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Schematic Circuit Diagram is what you need if your Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook is not working properly, and you want to fix your device yourself. This electronic document has been specially created by a team of engineers with vast experience in repairing Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook.

This Schematic diagram will help you repair an Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook. This schematic diagram is an expanded explanation of the electrical parts and their interconnection in an electrical circuit. The Asus Eee PC 1008HA is a 10" netbook that runs on an Intel Atom N280 processor. This netbook provides several interfaces such as USB, VGA, and Ethernet.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Review

At that time, Asus (Asus Germany Homepage) at that time only provided two different models in Germany, each of which is identified by color. The well-known Intel Atom platform hardware with an N280 CPU, GMA 950 graphics, and a 160 GB Seagate hard disk is included quite smartly and is available in black or white. At that time, pink, blue, sapphire blue, and ruby red were not available.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook release date July 2009 and the Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook price $429 when released.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Case Design

The Asus Eee 1008HA's build appears incredibly small, almost delicate, thanks to the low shape and slenderly curved casing elements. As a result, the Asus 1008HA has earned the nickname "seashell" for its attractiveness, thinness, and lightness. All external holes appear to have been airbrushed away in order to access the closed entity, resulting in a monolithic netbook. The interfaces are obscured by flexible protective caps that can only be forced open if absolutely necessary.
Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Case

With dimensions of 25.7(h) 262(w) x 178(d) mm and a weight of 1.05 kg, it is also among the most portable 10-inch netbooks, and it provides basic attributes that are usually requested in this subcategory. We test the black and white models. The case surfaces of both models are coated in a high-gloss finish. Our black test model appears to be very well-polished, but even with the most careful handling, it quickly accumulates fingerprints and minor marks, resulting in a "greasy" appearance. In this sense, our testing has revealed that the white model is substantially more user-friendly. While this mostly creates optical unattractiveness, the display margins, which become particularly broad as a result of the mirrored surface, are an extra annoyance when working.

The casing material below the paintwork looks fine everywhere and is just a little bit elastic in the display mounting area. In addition, unlike some rival models, the visually pleasing display hinge arrangement does not maintain the display as static as well as others and allows for more rapid seesawing. Despite the compact body, the torsional stiffness is surprisingly high and has no flaws. There may be worries about the rubbered interface covers' long-term durability. After prolonged use, the deployed material may become spongy and split, as well as lose its fitting accuracy.

The 32Wh Lithium polymer battery is permanently installed and cannot be replaced by the user. There are no other options with bigger capacity. As previously indicated, the interface ports on the Eee 1008HA are covered by rubber coverings. On the one hand, the external appearance is rounded off and gives the impression of a monolithic netbook, while the rubber coverings protect the connections from outside effects. Those who frequently plugin and remove external devices, on the other hand, will quickly tire of the fiddly handling and prefer to leave the protective cap open.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Connectivity

The connection arrangement is successful with the front-integrated audio ports, but the front-integrated audio ports are lacking. The lack of a third USB port on netbooks, which is otherwise typical, will only be a problem for peripheral junkies who need to use many devices frequently and at the same time.

With draft-N WLAN and Bluetooth, the wireless connection options are good; however, UMTS-equipped models are now unavailable. The VGA adapter is relegated to the underside of the case, where it is totally removed and attached to the mini-VGA connector, which is buried behind a cover, freeing up space on the left side of the case and allowing for the low height. The power supply has also been designed to be extremely small, resulting in a compact and lightweight power pack (190g). Aside from that, on the sides, you'll discover an Ethernet port and a card reader.

The Asus Eee PC 1008HA lacks the normal coverings on the underside for accessing the components. To get to the replaceable parts, you'd have to remove the complete underside cover or the keyboard. This isn't necessarily user-friendly, because, at the very least, an increase of the main memory is a very likely wish. However, anyone who does not want to risk losing their probable 24-month warranty should avoid the sealed compartments at all costs.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Input Devices

When someone thinks about input devices, usually their mind first goes to the touchpad or the keyboard. There are other input devices though that are part of your ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Netbook like the touchpad and keyboard.


The really comfortable keyboard features a handy arrangement with the normal special capabilities in the function key area thanks to the relatively large key size. The arrangement of arrow keys is a little unique, as it swaps out the little up-and-down buttons for larger right-and-left keys. Overall, the input has a good attack, a medium stroke, and minimal background noise. The keyboard caves somewhat in the middle due to the substructure not being optimum, but it produces no noticeable limits in normal practical use.


The palm rest and touchpad are one solid piece with no ends. A grooved surface indicates the sensitive area. Despite being strange at first, this should lead to no restrictions for most users after some time of getting used to it. The multi-touch functionality is also activated by accident by typical double-clicking or moving the pointer, which requires a little more care and customization.

The extremely sluggish touchpad key is a significantly more serious issue, and you should always use an alternative mouse while using it for extended periods of time. Due to the key construction, it reacts better at the corners than in the center, however, it is only suitable for emergency use.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Display

So far, the Asus Eee PC hasn't had to hide behind the ever-increasing netbook competition, and it can even add new design elements and port covers, which will be advantageous to some customers. Unfortunately, this positive initial impression of the 10.1" WSVGA LED glare display resolution (1024x600) cannot be extended to the future. Although Asus has demonstrated on previous models that it is possible to ruin perfectly acceptable displays, it appears that the model in question has a number of potential flaws.
Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Display
The brightness- and respective contrast values are not impressive, in contrast to the already frequently and even on specific mobile notebooks incorrectly labeled glossy panel surfaces. Our measurement of 148.6 cd/m2 in the middle area lowers to 126.4 cd/m2 at the periphery and thus suffices only for unproblematic surrounding light levels indoors. Bright surrounding light settings, such as sunlight in the garden, or frequently changing lighting conditions, such as those seen on a train voyage, allow for only limited work. In addition, the maximum brightness in battery mode is reduced unnecessarily to 131 cd/m2.

The picture is rounded off by the average maximum contrast ratio of 171:1 and the extremely flat colors. When looking at the vertical field from an upward angle, the colors in the vertical field wash out exceptionally swiftly and intensely. At 90 degrees, there is already a significant drop in color saturation. However, the color strength increases steadily in the lower area but just approaches the otherwise usual reversal in the practical viewing area. In any case, the horizontal stability is above average. Apart from minor picture changes, the content's perceptibility is unaffected, and it shows no signs of weakness in this regard.

The option of a 1024x768 resolution in the display settings, which some programs require as a minimum condition, is a helpful gimmick (e.g. parts of MS Works). The higher, interpolated resolution isn't pushed onto the screen surface at hand with this option, but rather outside of desktop items, scrolling up and down, and then onto the existing display area. The help program Eeectl provides the ability to adjust the low display brightness in the proper manner. This should only be used by those who are aware of the risks and who are willing to accept the possibility of losing their guarantee. Asus strongly warns against it, citing the potential for harm to the display and display controller.

We achieved brightness values of up to 234 cd/m2 with Eeectl, with none of our nine measuring points falling below 200 cd/m2. The other display properties (e.g., contrast 175:1, illumination 86 percent) haven't altered substantially, but the increased basic brightness provides a clear relief in bright and changeable surrounding light settings, as the perceptibility of display contents increases and reflections are partially outshone. The brightness limitation imposed by Asus in battery mode is removed by Eeectl, allowing the maximum values to be used.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Performance

With the release of the Asus Eee PC 1008HA netbook, consumers are able to purchase a cheaper and smaller netbook. The Asus Eee PC 1008HA comes with a 10-inch screen, HDMI output, and a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor. This is great for everyday tasks such as surfing the web, checking your email, and watching movies. The Asus Eee PC 1008HA netbook is not the ideal machine for your everyday needs, but it offers a compact design (hence the ‘netbook’ in its name), long battery life, and an all-in-one feature that is perfect for travelers. As with all of my laptop reviews, this review will be my eyewitness account of how well the computer performs in day-to-day scenarios.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Keyboard
The Asus Eee PC 1008HA is already listed with the least deviation from the existing armada of netbooks due to the mix of deployed components. It comes with an Intel Atom N280 CPU (1.66 GHz), Intel i945 GME chipset with integrated Intel GMA950 graphics, 1 GB of RAM, and a Seagate 160 GB hard drive. The Eee PC scores 1647 points in PC-Mark 2005, while the GMA 950 scores 253 points in 3D Mark 2005. Office chores, browser actions, Skype, and other similar tasks are not unreasonable and, as a result, are efficiently handled.

System Noise

In general, the fan characteristic in the test model is very quiet. The netbook is scarcely audible from 29.2 dB(A) at low load to 31.6 dB(A) at medium load. Also, at 29.2 dB(A), the hard drive is quite quiet, and the typical disk shaking is barely audible after a short period. The Eee PC does certainly reach 39.1 dB(A) when fully loaded, which is less comfortable due to the dull noise, but for most users, this will be scarcely noticeable.


Not just in the keyboard area, but also on the underside, the heat rise is quite subtle. On the underside, with a minimum of 29.5°C and a maximum of 42.2°C, you don't have to worry about any restrictions. At 47°C, the battery pack alone becomes noticeably warm. That is arguably the price you must pay for the small size.


The loudspeakers on most netbooks aren't exactly sound wizards, and they'll only do for unexpected sound playback in the lack of better options or a low-demanding background sound. The sound is highly minimalistic, with a strong tilt toward highs, little middles, and hardly audible basses. Earphones, USB boxes, and other similar options, on the other hand, provide a good improvement option and, like practically all netbooks, are a must-have purchase.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Battery Performance

Asus advertises a battery life of up to 6 hours on their website. With the built-in components, it appears to be a bold estimate at first glance, especially given the low-capacity 32 Wh Lithium polymer battery. However, our consumption measurements reveal that minimal consumption of 6.5 Watt is sufficient to provide battery run periods in the claimed range. Even before the battery life testing, the numbers under load with a maximum of 14.3 Watt cap the maximum consumption delightfully early and so inspire optimism with good reason.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Battery
The Asus 1008HA eventually reaches a delightful 297 minutes of time in use independent of a power supply in the Battery Eater Readers Test (highest potential battery life in Asus power-saving mode). In absolute terms, this is nothing extraordinary in comparison to the competition, but it is especially astonishing given the fact that this performance was achieved with such a little battery. Like nearly equivalent equipment, the Asus 1000HE netbook draws roughly 2-3 W more from the energy store. In practical WLAN surfing with maximum display brightness, power consumption rises only slightly, resulting in a 246-minute fit-for-work running time.

The netbook approaches the 3-hour mark during playback of one of our iTunes test videos from the hard disk at 185 minutes, indicating that it should be able to handle even long films. With the Battery Eater Classic Test, we were able to get 167 minutes of mobile work under load with all consumer loads on and full display brightness (minimum achieved battery life). Although we did not achieve the advertised battery life of 6 hours in our testing (based on power usage with the display turned off), we applaud the current model's energy efficiency.

For the benefit of battery life, screensavers should reevaluate their use, at the very least when running off the battery. When compared to options with the display turned off, its use resulted in a 3.7 W increase in power consumption. With full display brightness, users of the Eeeclt tool must contend with an increase in power usage of around 1.2 Watt, as well as battery life losses. You can also roughly estimate the impact of the Asus display brightness control on the total noticeably reduced energy usage, and it accounts for a sizeable amount of it.


The design is appealing, and the corresponding interface covers will undoubtedly become more fashionable. Despite improved energy efficiency, the performance is comparable to that of a netbook, and the standard range of interface equipment is included. The keyboard is excellent, the overall weight is light, and the sound emissions are minimal. The interface layout is nearly ideal, with the exception of a third USB connection for extensive use of external peripherals.

The comparatively dark, low-contrast, and less color-intensive display proves to be extremely restricting, especially when compared to the otherwise appealing mobile attributes, which also necessitate a great deal of user tolerance due to the reflecting surfaces. The display hinges also perform poorly in eventful settings, as they are unable to adequately avoid seesawing. While the high-gloss case surfaces make good visual companions and the related dust- and filth susceptibility can be overlooked, the high scratch susceptibility isn't for everyone and results in long-term unsightliness. Furthermore, the permanently built-in battery and Asus's unintentional access to internal components are disadvantages for anyone looking to upgrade.

Asus Eee PC 1008HA Netbook Schematic Circuit Diagram

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