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Friday, 25 April 2008 16:54

Eee PC 900 listed in Europe

Written by Fudzilla staff

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€399, expected in 5-6 weeks


German
retailer notebookshop.de, which, erm, sells notebooks as the name implies, has listed the new 8.9-inch Eee PC 900.

The 20G version, with Linux, a 4GB SSD and 16GB of flash is listed at €399. Notebookshop.de expects to have it in stock within 5-6 weeks, or should we say the first half of June.

At €399 the new Eee doesn't look like much of a bargain, as MSI's and Medion's 10-inch Atom-based machines are expected to retail around the €400 mark, as well. Hopefully, Asus will drop its prices as the competition starts shipping its machines.
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