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Wednesday, 02 January 2008 11:24

EeePC to get WiMax

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When will E.U. get the PC?


Asustek's discounted priced laptop, the EeePC, will get WiMax in the next generation of the product, which is being launched next week.

Teasers for the next generation EeePC  talks about "WiMAX Today. WiMAX Tomorrow: An Official ASUS/ Intel/ Sprint Joint Launch Join ASUS, Intel and Sprint to learn about the state of WiMAX technology, preview next-generation mobile solutions (including the next generation Eee PC) and immerse yourself in tomorrow's wireless protocol," has been seen all over the web.

The release is expected on January 7 and suggests that Intel, Sprint and Asus are working together on the plan. However, in the E.U. it seems that we have yet to see the current generation of the Eee PC; so we are not holding our breath for the new one.
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