After months of anticipation and intense consumer interest, Asus has announced that its low-priced Eee PC ultra-portable notebook will be available for purchase in the United States "within a few weeks." It has also revealed what this device will sell for.
Asus has promised that the much-anticipated Eee PC will hit the U.S. market before the end of this month.
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Asus has delayed the release of the Eee PC to give it time to add additional software to this Linux-based sub-notebook.
The feature that has attracted the most attention to Asus' upcoming Eee PC has been its low price. According to an unconfirmed report, this Linux powered laptop will be available starting at $200, but adding some basic additional features will push the price up considerably.
Intel used its recent developer's forum to call attention to its latest mobile device initiative. The company is putting the finishing touches on the processors needed for what it considers a new class of handheld devices.
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Asus will reportedly begin selling a small, Linux-based laptop next month, but it won't be quite as inexpensive as first advertised.
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The Asus Eee PC 701 notebook was officially announced at the beginning of June. Andrew Baxter recently met with Asus to get a close-up look at this upcoming low cost device and talk more about the company's goals for it.
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