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Asus Defiantly Cramming Discrete Graphics Hardware into EeePCs

Perfectly content to dance around, blur, move or even erase the line that separates notebooks from netbooks »10/29/08 7:17am10/29/08 7:17am, Asus — the company that practically invented the market — is planning on including discrete graphics hardware in some of its EeePC models. Why would you want to make an already-expensive piece of "budget"…

Asus Eee Touchscreen All-in-One Pops Up for Pre-Order, Looks Vaguely Apple-y

The many »10/13/08 8:50am10/13/08 8:50am, promises that Asus would release by the end of this year have been fulfilled—by pasting an Eee sticker on (). This all-in-one touchscreen Eee, which you can pre-order in the UK for £399.99, is pretty hobbled: 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive and 15-inch screen running Windows XP. I…

Super Talent Releases Mini PCIe SSDs Specifically For ASUS Eee PCs

Super Talent launched a special series of mini PCIe SSDs »10/08/08 7:45pm10/08/08 7:45pm for the in 16, 32 and 64 GB sizes, meant to complement the 20 GB HDD found in some of the higher end models. The drives read at 40 mbps, write at 10 mbps and come in NAND MLC or NAND SLC configurations. The drives are expected to ship in November and will cost…

Subnotebook vs. UMPC vs. Netbook: WTF Is the Difference?

When Blam broke the news on Dell's mini Inspiron, there was one he was stuck on: How to categorize it. Is it a subnotebook? A UMPC? A netbook? (Knowing the specs might have helped, but probably not much.) Part of the problem is that the category names themselves are very new and pretty vague. Here's a mini-compendium… »5/30/08 5:00pm5/30/08 5:00pm