Asus Eee PC S101 launch in November

So this is the news from Asus, that they earlier proclaimed design versions of the Asus Eee PC: First Eee PC S101. This is about 10 inch mini note, which is kept at 1.1 kilo and contains relatively standard hardware.

So is it new about Asus’ earlier proclaimed design versions of the Asus Eee PC: First Eee PC S101. This is about a 10-inch mini-note, which is kept at 1.1 kg and contains relatively standard hardware. The specifications called: Intel Atom 1.6 Ghz CPU, 16 GB SSD, 10.2-inch LED display (and yes, the LED is pray than LCD), 0.3 MPixel webcam (Aw), Windows XP Home, 4-in-1 flash card reader ( a large SD card will probably be obvious to extend this Eee PC), multi-touch touchpad (so you can make iPhone / MacBook Air-style tricks on Eee PC tochpad) wireless network with 802.11n WiFi andBluetooth 2.0.
Besides the Asus Eee PC S101’s striking, slim design that not only comes in different colors, but reportedly also with better materials, the most important news is that Asus Eee PC S101 comes with a 4-cell battery that provides significantly better performance than 3-cell: about 4 hours, the Eee PC suck it out in the following PC World, while a standard 3-cell battery provides only a few hours of work.

Asus Eee PC S101 from the side – black model
The price is DKK from 4,500 to 5,000 when the Asus Eee PC S101 launched in Denmark in the middle of November. The appropriate time to get a good bite of the Christmas discounts. From here we have to  applause  over the new Eee PC machine that sounds like a perfect netbook with its 10 “screen, light weight and reportedly with a good keyboard, while the price, however makes us pout a bit .. If you think the MacBook Air killer, the price is digestive.
View video with Eee PC S101 at PC World
See a bunch of pictures of the Asus Eee PC S101

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