A few days ago the Asus Eee PC 1025C netbook made an appearance at the FCC website. This week it was followed by the Eee PC 1025CE.

In case you couldn’t tell by the names, these two mini-laptops are very, very similar. They have the same case design, the same keyboard and 10 inch screen. But there are a few subtle differences which suggest that the Eee PC 1025CE will be the more expensive model.

First, the Eee PC 1025CE has 2 USB 2.0 ports and a USB 3.0 port, while the cheaper model just has 3 USB 2.0 ports. The Eee PC 1025CE also has Bluetooth and a few photo suggest there may be a 4G WiMAX option, while the Eee PC 1025C is WiFi-only. The Eee PC 1025CE also has a matte screen while its sibling appears to have a glossy display.

I haven’t seen any processor details, but both netbooks are expected to ship with Intel Atom Cedar Trail processors. I wouldn’t be surprised if one uses the new Intel Atom N2600 chip while the other users the higher end N2800 processor.

Asus hasn’t released US pricing or release date details yet.

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One reply on “Asus Eee PC 1025CE joins the 1025C at the FCC”

  1. “matte display”. Yes yes yes! The 1025C had a glossy display in the FCC shots. With HDMI and VGA, USB 3.0, Cedar Trail AND matte display the 1025CE has everything I want from a new netbook except one thing: higher resolution screen. Oh well, I’m still going to pick one up. I’ve hade the same netbook for four years because basically not very much has happened to the format during that time.

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