Asus ships Eee PC 1000

21 Jul 2008 View Comments
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Asus has announced availability of its Eee PC 1000, an addition to its popular range of ultra-small laptops that offers a slightly larger screen and keyboard than earlier models, plus a hard drive for Windows users.

Unveiled in June, the Eee PC 1000 has a 10in 1024 x 600 display and is based on Intel's Atom processor combined with 1GB memory. Earlier models had an 8.9in screen or smaller, and were based on Celeron processor technology.

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The Eee PC 1000 ships in two versions; a Linux-based model has a 40GB Flash solid state disk (SSD) for storage and costs £369, while the Eee PC 1000H runs Windows XP from an 80GB hard drive and costs £349. Both models have a six-cell battery offering up to 7.5hours life, subject to usage conditions.

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