We already knew that the Asus Eee PC 1000 would feature a larger display than the Eee PC 701 or Eee PC 900/901. But Hexus has found evidence that the latest Eee PC model will also sport 80GB of storage space. It’s not clear if that means the Eee PC 1000 will use a hard drive instead of solid state memory. My money’s on yes, but Hexus speculates that the computer could just be using a higher capacity SSD, which means it will likely cost quite a bit more than the smaller Eee PC models.

The complete specs:

  • Disply: 10″/10.2″
  • CPU: Intel Atom
  • OS: Windows XP/Linux
  • Card reader:MMC/SD/SDHC
  • RAM: 2GB (double the Eee PC 900/901)
  • Communication: Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth
  • Camera: 1.3MP
  • Battery:3.2 – 5 hours
  • Weight: 1.45 kg

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One reply on “Asus Eee PC 1000 gets larger screen, more storage”

  1. I suppose there will be 2 flavors – the XP model with 80GB HDD and the Linux model with and SSD of lower capacity (hopefully still bigger than 900/9001).

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