As I mentioned the other day, the new multitouch version of the Eee PC T91 is now shipping. The netbook has an 8.9 inch touchscreen display and it can be used either in laptop or tablet mode. There are three major differences between the new model and the version that’s been available with Windows XP for the last few months:

  1. It supports multitouch gestures.
  2. There’s a 32GB solid state disk instead of 16GB.
  3. The new model ships with Windows 7 Home premium.

Asus also apparently updated its Touch

But what do those changes mean in terms of real world usage? Kubel at MyT91.info already got his hands on the new model, and he’s posted a series of photos, some initial impressions, and the Asus demo video of the computer’s new and updated Touch Gate software. You can check out the video after the break, but here’s the nutshell version: It’s nearly identical to the earlier software except it supports a pinching to zoom in the photo application.

via Eee PC.it

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