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Tuesday, 28 June 2011 13:49

Asus' slim Eee PC X101 to hit retail next month

Written by Slobodan Simic
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With both MeeGo and Windows 7
According to a report over at Digitimes, it appears that the recently announced Eee PC X101 10-inch netbook should appear in retail/e-tail sometime in July.

The 17.6mm thick and 950 gram heavy Eee PC X101 features a 10-inch 1024x600 display, a 1.33GHz clocked Atom N435 single-core CPU, 2GB of memory, 8GB SSD that will be expandable via microSD cards, Bluetooth and 802.11bgn WiFi. To keep things slim and light, Asus apprently opted for a 3-cell battery so it won't be running any battery marathons.

According to details, Asus Eee PC X101 will be avialable in two versions, one running Windows 7 and the other with MeeGoo. The one with MeeGo will hit retail with a US $199 price tag while the Windows 7 version should be somewhere between US $310 and $350.

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+19 #1 Memristor 2011-06-28 18:08
I just wonder how much kick-back Asus is getting from Intel for using their Atom crap over the superior Fusion C-50.
 
 
+10 #2 yourma2000 2011-06-28 20:14
I was thinking that, especially now with the 5w C-50, I imagine a C-30 would further reduce the price and power usage if they only want a single core
 
 
0 #3 Edury 2011-07-27 08:08
The reason is has the Intel Atom crap is because Intel is funding MeeGo...Intel supports MeeGo and Asus and Intel worked together to move this forward and make it possible.
It is unfortunate though that that limited Asus to lesser processors.
 

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