At a steal price of 200$ or approximately 12,000 INR, the EeeBook packs the following - Processor Quad core Intel® Atom™ Bay Trail-T Z3735 processor running at up to 1.83GHz Display 11.6-inch LED backlit HD (1,366 x 76 High-contrast gloss finish Operating System Windows 8.1 with Bing Storage eMMC 32/64GB 115GB Microsoft OneDrive free for 2 years (15GB for life) 500GB ASUS WebStorage free for 2 years RAM 2GB Connectivity 802.11a/b/g/n dual-band Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.0 Input 2x USB 2.0 Micro HDMI out 1x 3.5mm headphone/mic combo jack Micro SD card slot (SDXC, up to 64G Camera Front-facing VGA Audio 2x 2W high-quality stereo speakers High quality microphone Battery 38Wh, 12 hours for web browsing Dimensions 286 x 193.3 x 17.5mm Weight 980g Colors Black, White, Red and Gold Some images - Pictures from various tech sites who covered IFA 2014 indicate that this looks much better in the flesh than in these images. What I like - Expandable SD card slot - Add another 64 GB card and you are good to go. A proper keyboard and touchpad. Windows 8.1 - Once Office is installed this does make for a capable device. Bluetooth Dunno how good the HD playback would be, but the HDMI out is welcome 15 GB lifetime One Drive storage This also comes with 500 GB of Asus web storage and 115 GB of One drive storage free for the first 2 years. What I didn't really like - VGA Camera Only 2 USB ports (at least 3!) Glossy screen - I'm a matt screen fan. This makes for a very decent second machine or a download rig. Very well priced and extremely light! (980 gms).