Asustek Eee PC goes on sale in Taiwan

Asustek Computer's low-cost Eee PC notebook has gone on sale in Taiwan with pricing at online retailers at around NT$11,655 (US$35''. This is much higher than the price of US$199 Asustek originally promoted for the portable PC, but this was to be as expected as Asustek recently admitted that the lower price would only be available for bulk purchases of a model with lower specifications, and which is intended for emerging markets.

The model now on sale in Taiwan features a 7-inch LCD display, 4GB solid state storage, 512MB DDR2 RAM and runs on an Intel mobile processor. Weight is given as 920g. The devices also features three USB 2.0 ports, Wi-Fi b/g connectivity, a VGA output, two audio jacks, Secure Digital (SD) card reader (which according to earlier reports also supports SDHC cards), webcam, speakers, and LAN and modem ports. Battery life is listed as 3.5 hours.

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News source: DigiTimes

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For that kind of money I will stick to the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet.

When Oh when will we see a decent deal on laptop technology?

$35 ftw haha

i'll be picking one of these up round xmas, selling for $599 NZD here in nz so quite good

4GB flash space
512 ram
300kpxl webcam and the rest for that price, just awesome.