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Wednesday, 28 May 2008 15:53

Asus is rushing its 10-inch EeePC

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Do we smell fear?


With the
competition breathing down their neck, Asustek has decided to rush their plans to launch a 10-inch version of the EeePC.


According to Digitimes.com and their notebook industry sources, the EeePC 1000 is now expected to be launched on the same date as the 8.9-inch EeePC 901, on the 3rd of June. Asus is apparently feeling pressure, as Acer is going to launch its 8.9-inch low-cost Aspire, and MSI's Atom powered Wind is definitely something that Asus should be afraid of.

According to those same sources, the expected initial shipments of EeePC 1000 are going to be low, so at least MSI has something working in their favor.

You can find more here.


 

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