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This is a list of hardware (Sorted from A to Z, and 0 to 9) that has been tested with the Eee PC. Both compatible and incompatible hardware are listed.
Please note this is primarly for xandros. It is an extension of the official document released by Asus. Also, please sort Alphabetically!
* Perlengkapan Bayi (17.5 MB/s read, 5.3 MB/s write)
* ATP ToughDrive 4GB
* ByteStor 1GB USB 2.0
* Tax Consultant (Other sizes most likely to work)
* Corsair Flash Voyager 16.0GB (Part Number: CMFUSB2.0-16GB)
* EMTEC 4 GB Flash Drive
* Kingston 1 gb RS-MMC card
* KINGMAX U Drive series 2GB USB Flash Drive
* Memorex 303B 32 MB
* Soní Microvault USM-JX 4GB USB2.0 high speed
* Transcend JetFlash®T3 2GB ultra tiny USB flash drive (ideal for walletability)
* Verbatim Store 'n' Go 4GB USB Drive (Verbatim # 95236)
* Verbatim Store'n'Go®Pro 8GB USB2.0 drive. Encryption software for winXP. Fast read to 30MB/sec and write to 12MB/sec
* A Data 1GB & 2GB SD Cards - edit: Is this talking about the “Super/class4” or “Speedy” series? -
* A Data 16GB SDHC Card Class 6 - (Hangs on heavy writing, reads OK)
* Apacer 2GB Photo Series 60x SD Cards
* Apacer 4GB Photo Series Class 6 SDHC
* Connect 3D 4 GB SD Card
* Dane-Elec 4GB SDHC Card (Class 4)
* Kingston 8GB SDHC Card (Class 6)
* Kingston 8GB (SD4/8GB) (Secure Digital - Class 4)
* Kingston 1GB SD Card
* Kingston 2GB MicroSD Card (with adapter)
* Markvision 512MB SD Card
* Panasonic 4 gig SDHC
* Patriot 16GB SDHC Class 6
* PNY 8GB SDHC Card (Class 4)
* SanDisk Ultra II SDHC series 4GB and 8GB tested on eee pc900
* takeMS SD Memory Card 4GB (Hyper Speed 133x)
* TESCO Own-Brand 4GB SDHC card
* Topram (Class 6) SDHC 16GB SD Card
* Veho 4GB & 8GB SDHC Card (Class 6)
* Viking 1GB SD Card
* Kingston MMC Mobile RS-MMC (1GB); RS-MMC adapter required for use with Eee
* Cambridge Silicon Radio Bluetooth dongle (this is the hardware inside many inexpensive and generic Bluetooth dongles; testing was performed on a Dabs Value USB 1.1 Dongle)
* Generic 'Nano' USB Bluetooth dongle - This may be similar hardware to the Cirago with a different plastic case case. You can see the distinctive 'crenellated' aerial through the casing. Works both with the default Xandros install and Windows XP without any additional software.
* Safecom SBTI-1100 Class 1 Bluetooth USB Dongle
* Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset - Use for VOIP telephony on the EEE. Also works nicely as a universal PC audio device for wireless audio recording and playback with (or without) using the EEE's built-in webcam. Includes USB charger.
* iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard (via Bluetooth dongle); note that exactly the same keyboard is also sold as a Dell Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard, model no XTBT01
* Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel Mouse
* Logitech Optical Mouse USB
* Logitech Generic Optical Mouse (White top with 2 grey buttons, So old couldn't find it on their webiste)
* Logitech “Marble Mouse USB” Trackball
* Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse
* Microsoft Compact Optical Mouse 500
* Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical
* Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000
* Samsung UM10 8mm Ultra Slim Mouse
* Trust wireless optical mini mouse (£6) usb dongle stores inside mouse.
* “Blueghost” brand USB 2.0 enclosure for 2.5” IDE (PATA) hard drives. No idea who makes this but it was CHEAP and it works. Offers no cushioning for the drive but it's very slim. More here.
* Samsung SE-S204 DVD Writer
* Digimate II-Plus (combination card reader for SD/MMC/MS/CF/SM and hard disk, intended for backing up cards). Full access to Samsung hard disk works fine.
* Eagle Tec DVD Writer
* Freecom 160GB USB hard drive
* HP Multibay II with DVD/CD-RW combo and DVD-ROM (only) drive
* IBM USB Portable CD-ROM drive
* LaCie 500GB (Porsche Design)
* LaCie Portable DVD+RW
* LaCie little disk 30GB
* LG GSA e50-N DVD burner
* LG GSA e50-L DVD+R DL burner
* LG GSA-E60L External Super Multi DVD Rewriter
* LG GSA-E60N External Super Multi DVD Rewriter
* Nexstar 3 External 3.5” HDD Enclosure
* Seagate Freeagent Go 160 GB - Works well, but it is advised you disable the auto-spindown feature of the drive or it may disconnect after a few minutes of inactivity. Workaround through Windows, or through Linux with sdparm
* Speed 120gGB/Multi-Card Reader
* TEAC portable CD-RW CD-W28PU, only tested it for reading a CD, works with the preinstalled Xandros linux. Not tested with Windows.
* RaidSonic ICY BOX IB-250U-B, Toshiba MK6014MAP 6.0GB IDE 2.5” Hard Drive
* Western Digital 120 GB & 250 GB Passport
* Western Digital 160 GB Essentials HD
* GOGO 24x 2.0 USB External CD-Rom Drive (Made in China & sold by Geeks.com)
* PCMS USB 2.0 To IDE Adapter Cable (Genesys Logic chip) from used with a generic CDROM drive
* Apple iPod 5G (Video) 60GB, iPod 5.5G 30GB - recognized (maybe after update of EeePC software) and mounted at /media/ipod, writable by user.
* Apple iPod Shuffle (1GB), Apple iPod Shuffle (1GB) - recognized and mounted at /media/ipod, writable by user.
* Freshtel FT-102 VoIP USB Memory Phone (vendor:6993 device:b001)(Feyia Tech Vendor:090c Device:1000 for the Memory part) Storage, mic and earphone work, buttons and LCD screen inactive.
* iRiver IHP-140 (H140), works well in read mode, not tried writing to it.
* SanDisk Sansa E200 series (Works as a Mass Storage Device)
* SanDisk Sansa View series (Works as a Mass Storage Device) To be recognized as a memory device; Turn on, slide hold to lock position, and then press and hold left side of wheel while plugging in cable, until recognized by computer.
* Sony ICD-U70 (Tested as a Mass Storage Device, can't listen to audio due to proprietary audio format)
* Sony PSP (Original) (Mass Storage Drive) (should work with any memory the PSP can recognize)
* Sanyo Xacti HD2 (720p) (recognizes both images (JPEG) and video (mp4) files)
* Sanyo ICR-B170NX
* ATI Remote Wonder USB - Mouse/clic + web, but no volume/mute/play keys.
* ADE-COM1 Advent Skype Phone - works as a USB audio device with Skype.
* Apple iPod 5G (Video) 60GB - plays music from iPod in Music Manager 1.4.3 (as originally installed), when selecting Music Devices. Music transfer works fine, too.
* Apple iPod Shuffle (1GB), Apple iPod Shuffle (1GB) - plays music from iPod in Music Manager 1.4.3 (as originally installed), when selecting Music Devices. Runs Music Manager automatically on connecton. Music transfer not tested
* Asus My Cinema U3000 Mini (Digital Terrestrial TV) Has drivers and TV applications for Xandros and Windows. Forum entries here.
* CTCstore-Genesys Memory Card Reader (Vendor:05e3 Device):0723)
* Freshtel FT-102 VoIP USB Memory Phone (vendor:6993 device:b001)(Feyia Tech Vendor:090c Device:1000 for the Memory part) Storage, Mic and earphone work, buttons and LCD screen inactive.
* Freshtel VoIP USB Phone (vendor:6993 device:b700) Mic and earphone work on my EeePC, not on my desktop box, buttons and LCD screen inactive.
* Huawei E220 3G USB Modem When initially attached, plays at being a mass storage device with windows drivers and software (supplier/network dependent). Linux drivers, suitable for all networks, available as the Vodafone Mobile Connect Card Driver for Linux.
* Logitech 2.4Ghz Presenter - commands drive OpenOffice Impress properly
* Many Nokia mobile phones (N95, 9300i, 6230i, 6210 Classic confirmed) used as 3G/GPRS modems when connected by a USB cable, see the forum post.
* Novatel usb720 wireless modem - works as a standard usb serial modem; set up the device as a dial-up connection and get the appropriate numbers from your cellular provider. Verizon: phone number is #777, no prefix or suffix, username is firstname.lastname@example.org, password is vzw.
* Novatel U727 EVDO modem - needs a recompiled usbserial kernel module under default Xandros built, works perfectly with EeeDora.
* Many HTC devices use USB RNDIS drivers - although it isn't automatically detected with this kernel module.
* SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 player + FM. This is a 1GB flash memory based mp3 player stick. It shows up in Music Manager and in File Manager so mp3 transfer is easy. It is USB rechargeable and has a FM Tuner. Reported Here.
* T Mobile (UK) web'n'walk stick III (made by Huawei) - works out of the box on a 901.
* Total Bithead DAC/headphone amp - works with default xandros as external soundcard powered by usb. Selectable in std music player and softsqueeze
* Edgeport Edgeport/1
* Digitus DA-70146 USB2.0-to-serial converter (FTDI FT232BM chip)
* Trendnet TU-ET100C (ID 07a6:8511 ADMtek, Inc. ADM8511 Pegasus II Ethernet)
* Wacom Graphire4 4×5
* LiveScribe Pulse
* Delorme Earthmate LT-20 - came with Delorme Street Atlas 2006. Works better with gpsd in Linux than it does with Windows.
* Delorme Earthmate LT-40 - ships with Delorme Street Atlas 2009. Does not appear to work with stock 701 linux kernel. Works with kernel provided with Fedora 10.
* Navibe GM720 Works with AutoRoute Express in XP, and gpsd (and consequently all software using gpsd) in Linux.
* Zycast SG-949 GPS Receiver Works with gpsd, but sometimes hangs.
* HP DeskJet 932C, wireless over a Windows network with the default driver
* HP Photosmart c6180, Printer connected via ethernet, ASUS 900 connected via wireless with c6180 series drivers. This printer is known to fail to connect to lan devices if it's wireless mode.
* HP Laserjet 8000DN with default drivers over the network via AppSocket/HP JetDirect.
* Infotec IS 2135. A multifunction office network photocopier/fax/scan/printer. Network printing works fine using the built in driver. Can print via a Windows print server, or straight to the printer's IP address. Other functions, like fax from desktop, not tested.
* Lexmark E120n laser printer. I was able to install this using the http://localhost:631 CUPS interface. Lexmark is not offered as a maker, but choose HP and select PCL 4/5 type. It likely works in PCL 6, but I didn't try this and it is not my printer – helping a novice user. (nashjc)
* Epson CX5800f Multi Functional Printer. I installed via add printer with the default driver wireless over a Windows network to my Windows Vista desktop. Works in Easy Mode and Advanced Desktop Mode on Linux 20GB EEE PC 900. Fax not tested.
* Genius KYE Eye 320 (vendor:0458 device:7051) works straight out of the box, no driver needed.
* Logitech QuickCam® E 3500™ straight out of the box.
* Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000 id 046d:0990 works flawlessly with luvc driver.
* Microsoft LifeCam VX-700. Cheap camera, works straight out of the box (Skype) - no driver needed.
* C910 Logitech works using Skype, straight out of the box.
* ViewSonic VX710
A-Data 16GB, Class 6 SDHC - Reads OK, hangs on heavy writing (on Surf 2G, at least).
PQI 8GB, Class 6 SDHC - Reads OK, hangs on heavy writing.
* Sony ICD-U70 (Can't listen to audio due to proprietary audio format but can act as Mass Storage Drive)
* Nokia 3220 mobile phone, connected by a Nokia USB cable, is not recognised.
* Energizer ER-DVD-max, reported here
* Asus 700/701 power supply when used with a 900/901: overloads and burns out after ten minutes.