Asus N10 Review

Posted: Nov 17 2008, 8:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:43am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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Hothardware published a review of the Asus N10 Atom powered notebook.
Quote from the review: "Until recently, all ASUS netbooks have come from the Eee PC team, but now the ASUS notebook team seems to be joining in on the fun. They have released the new N-series of business notebooks which range from the full-size N50 15.4" and N80 14" models powered by 'proper' Intel Core 2 processors down to the N20 12.1" ultraportable. The smallest model of the range is the N10, a tiny 10.2" model powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor on the 945GSE chipset. Sound familiar? While at least on paper, the ASUS N10 looks like a standard netbook, is priced like a netbook (albeit a high-end one), and has the key specifications of a netbook, according to ASUS it isn't, exactly. ASUS is calling the N10 the first "Corporate Netbook".
Read the full review on Hothardware.

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