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Tuesday, 01 December 2009 11:54

Asus to launch Karim Rashid designer netbook

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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We managed to came across some pictures of a soon to launch Asus designer netbook. It is designed by Karim Rashid, a chap who might be one of the top designers in the business. You can find what he has been doing for the last few years at his web page here.

We don’t know many details except this netbook will come in pink and brown edition, as you can tell from pictures and we don’t know anything about the price, availability and specification.

We can only guess that it comes with a new Atom N450 and Pine Trail-M platform, but this is something to be confirmed. 

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