Asus Computers going to bring its low-priced netbook, the Eee PC X101, in July. The two new models running on MeeGo available at US$199 and those running on Windows 7 available at US$310-350, according to industry sources.
The Eee PC X101 is powered by an Intel low-power Atom N435 1.33GHz, single-core Atom N435, a six-cell battery, and a small SSD (probably of the 16GB variety). Unfortunately, the two most important details.
Some other branded notebook vendors including Acer, Lenovo and Samsung Electronics also plan to launch Atom N435/MeeGo-based netbooks soon, said the sources, noting that the Atom 435 netbooks released by Asustek and Acer will also support Intel’s AppUp Center technology.