To be fair, the Asus Eee PC T101MT has actually been around for a year. Since its first appearance at the last CES show, it's been refurbished and updated to keep up with the times. Netbooked has a hands-on photo and some reports from CES 2010 attendees who used the new tabletbook. First off, there have been some pretty substantial changes to this device in the last year. It now packs an Atom N450 Pinetrail processor and Windows 7 Starter edition. The T101 is also billed as having a resistive multitouch 10.1" screen. HOWEVER, whether or not it actually packs one is up for debate. Windows 7 starter doesn't support multitouch, and numerous reports from the convention floor say that this tablet can't handle multitouch.There will be two versions of the T101MT. One that sports 1 GB of RAM and a 160 GB HDD, and another that has 2 GB of RAM and a 320 GB HDD, plus Win 7 Premium. I think it is likely that multitouch is only found in this "premium" edition of the T101MT.
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