Asus has unveiled a new netbook that is firmly aimed at people wanting bright colors and decent specs at the same time. I would say that the colors would really appeal to women who want a stylish netbook as much as they want one that works well. The netbook is called the Eee 1015PW.
Apparently the machine is a hardware clone of the Eee 1015PEM with the 1015PW getting a new design on the lid and those colors I mentioned before. The lid looks like a wave pattern and it comes in colors with weird names like Purple Rain (seen here), Gold Dust, and Angel Skin. The Gold Dust color is easy enough to figure out; I can only guess that Angel Skin is some sort of pearl white.
As for hardware, the 1015PW gets a dual core Atom N550, a 10-inch screen, and a battery that premises 10 hours of run time. The machine also features WiFi, up to 320GB of storage, a chicklet keyboard, and Bluetooth. The screen is LED backlit with a resolution of 1024 x 600.
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