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Wednesday, 21 October 2009 16:23

Asus plans thirteen Windows 7 Eee PC's

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Six models

We managed to score a list for the full lineup of Asus' Eee Series PCs that will be equipped with Windows 7. The lineup has six models, or to be exact thirteen Eee PCs that will be running Microsoft's new Windows 7.

The dual-core, Ion equipped Eee PC 1201 is on the list as well as the Eee PC 1201HA. In addition to these two, Asus will put Windows 7 on 1101HA. The lineup also includes Eee PC 1008HA, 1005HA and 1005HR models. The one that caught our eye as well is the Eee PC Touch T91MT which is also on the same list.

The EeeTop PC models include ET2203 and 2203T, as well as the ET2002 and ET2002T models. The EeeBox models are apparently quite rare as only two will get the Windows 7 treatment, the EeeBox PC EB1501 and the EB1502.

This full lineup will of course be announced tomorrow, once Microsoft gives the final green light on the Windows 7 operating system.

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