Hothardware got some first hand impressions of the Asus Eee PC, that Asus introduced at the Computex 2007 last week.
The preview of the Asus Eee has photos of the Eee running Linux.
The Eee PC is running a version of Intel’s 910 mobile chipset and it uses a 900MHz Intel Dothan based Pentium M CPU. Asus put 512MB of DDR2 memory, full 802.11g wireless capability, and a flash-based hard drive inside the Eee PC. There will be at least two different models of the Eee PC, with the $199 version using a 4GB flash hard drive and the $299 version using a 8GB drive.
Read more details and see hands-on photos on Hothardware.