In the few short months since Asus launched the Eee PC, we've seen users cram all sorts of goodies into the tiny computer's case. Modifications range from Bluetooth adapters to internal USB ports (for additional storage and other goodies). There's not a lot o room in there, but you'd be amazed how much you can do with so little space.

You can find pretty much everything you need to know about disassembling your Eee PC and soldering new items onto the mainboard over at the Eee User forums. But if you'd rather not have to search and sift your way through thread after thread, there's one post that you should bookmark. Now.

EeeUser member tac2ba has put together the definitive guide to hacking the Eee PC. It includes instructions for removing your keyboard, disassembling the case, identifying key components of your motherboard, and adding internal USB ports.

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