New Eee PC will use Intel’s new Atom

by admin March 10, 2008 at 6:34 pm

New colours planned for Asus’ affable sub-notebook, hard drive also possible

Asus’ head honcho has spilt more beans on details of the version two Eee PC model. It will use Intel’s recently-branded Atom processor designed for sub-notebook machines just like the Eee and its growing band of rivals.

In an interview with, Jerry Shen said later versions of the Eee PC may even come with a built-in hard drive as opposed to solid state. New versions of the machine were announced at last week’s CeBIT show for launch in the summer.

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