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whats the best netbook to hack? Answered

thought this would bring a discussion out simply it is; what's the best netbook to hack? rating by number of different hacks usability after hacks or any other catgories you can think of

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HrMinfyHyderabadIndia (author)2012-12-18

He he he :) :)

Nothing can be crack or hack....Even you can not send spam mails
if your firewall is strong...It is a open challenge..no one can send us single of spam mail..
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MRedu (author)2011-10-25

Definately the Asus eeepc, i've seen a number of mods for it already and i think there are some forums around the net that have a load of guides. Just google for them i'm sure you'll find plenty.

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napoleonis (author)2009-10-10

eee pc
internal bluetooth,touch screen,internal flash drive and others.
also you can put mac which is illegal.

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grindboy (author)napoleonis2010-05-14

Installing OSX on non apple hardware isn't illegal it is against the End User License Agreement (EULA). A EULA isn't a law its is an agreement between you and the company.

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Bosnoff (author)2009-03-31

Both the Asus eee pc and the Acer Aspire One are good hackable netbooks.
Rating
1. # of hacks: I think eee has more
2. usability after hacks: I sure hope it becomes more usable after the hack, or else I don't see any point in doing it.

Here are some forums to check out the hacking:
http://forum.eeeuser.com/
http://www.aspireoneuser.com/forum/index.php

I plan to buy an Aspire One in the near future. I will hack it by adding a touchscreen, internal bluetooth, and some extra ram.
Both seem to be excellent computers, just check them out to find which one best suits your needs.

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Nofew (author)2009-02-15

Any, bigger screens = multitasking and smaller size = stealth. It's down to user preference, honestly, since you can easily change the external hardware and OS completely. Just pick one that fits you and Google Backtrack 3.

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Sandisk1duo (author)2009-01-31