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Wednesday, 25 November 2009 13:57

Asus EeePC 1201N gets fondled

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Atom 330 and ION to boot


Asus
has launched the EeePC 1201N, which is turning out to be a rather strange beast in the netbook world.

Unlike other netbooks, it features a beefy, dual-core Atom 330 usually reserved for nettops. In addition to the extra CPU muscle, the 1201N also offers ION graphics, which should go great with its 12-inch screen.

Obviously, Asus has bent more than one netbook restriction with the 1201N, but the good specs come at a price, albeit not a very high one. It is expected to cost just over €400, which is quite a lot for a netbook, but netbooks just don't come any better than this.

You can check out a hands on video and find a few more specs here.
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