*The eee has a 4 gb HDD ad the Stone has a 40
Why do you need that much space?
*The eee is Unix and the Stone is XP
That isn't necessarily a good thing :P
*The stone has bluetooth
Which would be disabled as soon as we bought one at our school
*The stone has a touch screen
So will end up getting damaged by kids who prod too hard.
*The Stone is only just over £100 extra
£100 extra is a lot, considering it is 50% of the price more!
*The Stone more RAM
Only because it is needed to run windows properly :P The amount in the eeepc is more than adequate for what it runs.
*The idea of these in our schol is for senior staff to take them to meetings..
Our's have normal laptops if they wish to use them. We're only looking at umpcs for kids to use.