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Old 02-03-2009
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Asustek to launch Eee PC 1008HA Shell at cebit 2009

The netbook will be known as the ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Shell, with the company focusing on giving it longer battery life than the S101 it replaces. Meanwhile the company is also believed to be bringing the Eee PC S121 to CeBIT, complete with 512GB SSD and 120GB HDD versions.

In addition to the 1008HA Shell, the company will also showcase products including the Eee PC S101H, Eee PC T91, Eee PC S121, UX and U-series ultra-thin notebooks and Eee Keyboard.




The company will launch two versions of the S121, one with a 512GB solid stage drive (SSD) priced around US$1,649 and one a 120GB hard drive for US$899.

The company has also revealed details about its Eee Keyboard. The device will feature the Intel Atom Z520 CPU and SCH US15W chipset, and Windows XP, and can connect to a TV or projector wirelessly.
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Re: Asustek to launch Eee PC 1008HA Shell at cebit 2009

Instead of going with Eee PC i would prefer to go with Sony VAIO Z - VGN-Z37GD/X.

It has many features like Ultra portable,Business-grade durability,Switch-on-the-fly hybrid graphics system, On the cutting edge of SSD technology etc.

For more details check this link.
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