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ASUS set to unveil Pineview-powered Eee PC T101H

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ASUS set to unveil Pineview-powered Eee PC T101H
ASUS is a leading worldwide supplier of netbook systems, provide end users with an impressive range of Eee PC models. One such system is Eee PC T101H, a 10-inch convertible tablet-style netbook that the Taiwanese supplier at the beginning of the year at CES in January. Although it is expected somewhere in the second half of this year, so the system does not debut on the market. But according to recent data that have appeared on the Internet, ASUS is preparing to launch an updated version of this machine, which will be based on the Intel platform and Pine Trail is likely to debut at CES next year.

According to a recent news article about the German language makes updated Eee PC T101H its debut at CES in January 2010. The specifications for the new system are very similar, with a 10.2-inch resistive multi-touch screen with 1024 x 600 pixels, 1GB RAM, 16GB SSD, Wireless 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, UMTS, DVB-T, Li-Polymer battery with up to 8 hours runtime.

But the core of the new Eee PC, ASUS has decided to integrate the next generation of Intel's Atom N450 processor clocked at 1.66 GHz and the chip maker Pineview, Georgia offers new architecture. As you may know, Pineview, Georgia processor designed for CPU, memory and graphics cards to a single chip, reducing power consumption for low-power systems.

T101H Eee PC will reportedly be launched with Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system and will be available for a starting price of around 700 euros or more than $ 1000. Unfortunately, we must take these figures with a pinch of salt, since we are talking about a product that was announced 10 months ago.

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