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Thursday, 02 October 2008 11:39

Eee S101 pictured

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Elegant and pricey


We stumbled
upon another picture of the new Asus Eee PC S101, the most elegant Eee incarnation yet.

The new Eee will most likely feature a 32 or 64GB SSD, a 10-inch LED baclklit screen under the glossy brown lid and the inevitable Atom/945 combo.

So far there have been dozens of conflicting reports about the S101 pricing, and unfortunately we still don't have any confirmed numbers. In any case it seems certain Asus plans to put a rather high price tag on the stylish Eee.


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As you can see, it's probably the best looking netbook out there, and we can only hope it doesn't end up costing a fortune.

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