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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Asus announces new T101 convertible netbook

Asus has just confirmed the release of another netbook, presumably to happen in late August, which will feature a 10 inch convertible touchscreen (finally). The marvelous little device bearing the name "eeePC T101H" comes with several nice features long awaited by the eeePC fan community, namely integrated GPS, above mentioned 10.2" resitive touch screen panel, LiPolymer battery for up to 5.4h run time, sleak design with a weight of just 1500g (both made possible though use of a 16GB solid state disk instead of the more common 2.5"/160GB hard disks seen with other netbooks) and of course the obvious intel Atom CPU (this time only a Z520 running at 1.33GHz) supported by 1GB RAM (upgradeable to 2GB). Connectivity is gooood - since this thingie has 3G broadband modem, 802.11 b/g/n wifi and bluetooth built-in you'll probably never feel "under-connected" again.. Also included are a 0.3MP webcam (a bit grainy pictures are predictable with such low resolutions, but for video telephony it might be just ok), microphone and stereo speakers - and as a special extra an included TV tuner too (no further details are known yet).
Price is unknown too, as well as the exact release date. Since Asus claims it will be "Windows 7 ready" it will probably ship with WinXP and an option to upgrade to Win7 later - and thus it might become available well before october. We'll keep you updated..

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