Asus Pulls Wraps Off Eee Seashell 1015

Posted: Mar 3 2010, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:49pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

 

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I still don’t get why Asus calls some of its new Eee netbooks Seashell, but they are nice machines despite the strange moniker. Asus has unveiled a new Seashell Eee 1015 netbook with up to 14 hours of battery life and a removable battery. I take any manufacturer battery life claims with a grain of salt.

The 1015 has a screw-less design for a sleek exterior and has an isolated low-profile keyboard and new touchpad with a seamless integration with the palm rest. Asus is mum on the full details of the machine offering no screen size or other specifics. Asus also unveiled the Eee PC Diary 1016P.

The machine has been designed for the mobile pro and looks pretty nice. Again, there are no hard specs on the machine. The Eee Prime 1018P is also being shown off with an 18mmthick design and USB 3.0 in a netbook along with a fingerprint reader. This machine is a 10.1-inch netbook reports Asus. These three machines were leaked back in February, but this is the first official mention of the machines.

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