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Friday, 16 November 2007 12:52

Asus denies plans for a 10-inch Eee

Written by Fudzilla staff

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7 inches will have to do


Asus has denied reports of an upcoming 10-inch version of its low cost Eee PC notebook.

A few days ago an Austrian site quoted an Asus spokesman as saying that the company will launch an 8GB model with a 10-inch screen. Many tech sites reported this claim, and so did we, here, but it turns out that his statement was taken out of context.

Eeeuser.com contacted Asus and the company denied the report, stating that "There are no plans for 10” (8GB Eee PC) at the moment."

Too bad, a 10-inch Eee would have been a very good deal.

Last modified on Saturday, 17 November 2007 04:52

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