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ASUS's Eee PC X101 will serve as a Linux tablet alternative despite bearing netbook hallmarks.
According to ASUS’ blog post, its Eee PC X101 will serve as an alternative to small laptops despite bearing the hallmark of a netbook. First, at 0.69 inches thin and two pounds in weight, it will be thinner and lighter than a traditional netbook. Second, it runs MeeGo Linux instead of Windows 7. While the latter has been the predominant OS for netbooks over the past few years, MeeGo Linux is more suited to ultrasmall designs which typically doesn’t have the horsepower to run the Microsoft OS efficiently.
Third, the ASUS Eee PC X101 does not have Ethernet ports and VGA.
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ASUS once again revealed another interesting device, this one being an addition to the company’s famed Eee PC line.
ASUS made a big splash at the Computex 2011 this week with its tablet-smartphone combo, PadFone. However, the company also revealed a new family member for its famed EEE PC line — the EEE PC X101.
The 10.1-inch netbook measures 0.7 inch thick, and offers a Meego-based option that costs $200 only. Just for a quick recollection, Meego is a Linux-based OS developed by Intel and Nokia. With its slim form factor, the price is definitely pretty cheap. Aside from its Linux-based OS, other features that are keeping the EEE PC X101’s price down is its 3-cell battery and 8GB of SSD storage. Albeit there can be an option to upgrade, it will also mean more money and added thickness.
The cost of a Windows 7 version is still unknown, while the release date for the X101 is yet to be determined. That said, don’t forget to keep it posted here at All We Like.View Article Source »
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