Asus may be busy trying to convince you that the 10 inch N10 notebook isn’t a netbook, but the company is still using the Eee PC name for the upcoming Eee PC S101… for now. Like the N10, the S101 will be a little larger and significantly more expensive than most Eee PC models. CNET snagged a few new pictures of the S101, which it says will cost between $699 and $899.
The computer will have a 10 inch display, 2GB of RAM, an Intel Atom CPU, and a choice of 32GB or 64GB of solid state memory. It’s capable of running Windows XP, but it looks like there will also be a Linux version available.
While the screen is about the same size as that on the Eee PC 1000/1000H, it looks like the laptop is a bit wider which should make the keyboard more comfortable to use.
via Eee PC News.de