Crysis PC Game

That’s right, someone has managed to get Crysis, the PC game, running on an ASUS Eee PC using StreamMyGame over Wireless LAN. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

The new version of StreamMyGame can stream 1024×600 from your big PC to your little PC over your home network.

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Not your average ASUS Eee PC, this hacked model on eBay features a touchscreen display, 32GB SSD, Air Play FM transmitter, and an upgraded Intel 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi card. Auction page. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Ah, the Asus Eee PC, the little computer that can be modded to do anything, from stealing all your money in an ATM to grabbing all your money on the internet. This one will snatch $3,200 from your account if you want to buy it on eBay

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Yes, Brazilian thieves used a modified ASUS Eee PC at an ATM to “grab credit card information and personal information numbers to clone cards.” Video after the break.

The three men were specialized in cloning credit cards at ATMs, always with the same method. As you can see in the video, the first opens one of the machines, then another one comes to help him with the installation of a black Eee PC

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According to the FCC, ASUS’ new 9-inch EEE PC will boast a “MacBook Air/Pro style multi-touch trackpad, with two-finger pinch zooming, and two finger scrolling.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

Yes, as we speak (possibly, but maybe not) inspectors from the agency are poring over details of the 9-inch, second generation system — referred to here as the Eee 900 — desperately hoping that none of its radio waves do anything funky to anyone else’s radio waves

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Despite being priced at just $299, the ASUS Eee is capable of running Warcraft 3, among other PC games, such as Half-Life 2: Episode 2 and World of Warcraft. List of tested games. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

And a slew of other PC games, like HL2: Ep 2, GTA: Vice City and Warcraft III (natch) to name a few. EeeUser forum members are cobbling together a list of games than run, plus any caveats required for install and ownage

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A modder managed to fit this ASUS Eee PC with a “$60 eBay-sourced car touchscreen our enterprising hacker bolted on seems to work seamlessly with both pen and finger.” Video demonstration after the break.

We’ve seen a couple sweet Eee PC mods, but this seamless addition of a touchscreen is probably the best so far. It looks like this particular Eee is running XP

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An ASUS Eee PC user managed to get Ubuntu with the Compiz Fusion add-on running, and provides us with a short demonstration. Just to recap, the ASUS Eee PC boasts a 7-inch display, 2GB or 8GB SSD drives, 256MB/1GB RAM, and weighs only 2.03-pounds. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Here’s a video of the two programs loaded onto a completely stock, 512MB Asus Eee PC. We were way impressed by how the Eee doesn’t break a sweat during all the effects

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