Asus has just realize the new Eee PC 1001PX that reaching European shores. ASUS has made a good side today by striking the shiny lid on its newest 10-inch Eee PC 1001PX in exchange for a carbon fiber-like replacement. With a carbon fibre shell, the netbook can take a knock and still remain extremely attractive.
This new Eee PC 1001PX looks similar to the Asus Eee PC 1001P, will come with either Windows XP or Windows 7 Starter.The Windows XP version will feature a 160GB hard disk, and will come with a 3-cell battery providing 5 hours of use time.The more upmarket Windows 7 Starter version will be able to hold 250GB, and can be powered up for up to 9 hours via a 6-cell battery.Both will come with 1GB of RAM, three USB ports, VGA and Ethernet ports, and will also boast a memory card reader.The 10.1 inch displays will provide a screen res of 1024 x 600 pixels, and both Eee PC 1001PX machines will come with a built-in webcam.
As part of the Asus Eee PC range, the 1001PX isn’t going to cost the earth.Windows 7 Starter model will be priced at an aggressive $299 around £270 while the XP version will only set you back a cool $279 around £220.
The 10.1 inch displays will provide a screen res of 1024 x 600 pixels, and both Eee PC 1001PX machines will come with a built-in webcam.Under the bonnet of the new netbooks will be a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 Pine Trail processor and Intel GMA 3150 integrated graphics.
Source: engadget.com, gaj-it.com