Atom Based Asus Eee Rumored To Have June UK Launch Date

Posted: Apr 22 2008, 12:17pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:35am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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The Asus Eee PC has become quite the popular little notebook since its introduction. Despite the fact that Asus originally pegged the lowest cost version at $199 and then bought the Eee to market for significantly more the notebook remains popular.

Register hardware says that Asus executives have told it that an Intel Atom based Eee will be available in the UK in early June. Asus insiders supposedly told Reg Hardware that the Atom based Eee will have a longer battery life and the ability to process two threads at once.

Asus hasn’t made official confirmation of the Atom powered Eee. However, for those considering buying the new 900 series Eee recently introduced it might be worth waiting a few months to see if the Atom version is coming out.

Via Register Hardware

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