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Wednesday, 17 December 2008 13:43

Eee PC 1002HA available in a month

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€450?


Several European
e-taliers have listed the new Eee PC 1002HA, and it's priced at a saucy €449. We already talked about the 1002HA, here, and we have to admit we love its looks, but we were hoping for a much lower price.

The 1000H currently sells for under €370, the N10 is priced at €430, while the stylish and overpriced S101 sells for €570. Where does the 1002HA fit in? We'd like to know, too. Look at the bright side, the 1000H is bound to get even cheaper. MSI's Wind U120 is also coming soon, and it should end up priced around the €400 mark.

Retailers expect to have the 1002HA in stock in mid-January.
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