Asus has added the Eee Box EB1007 nettop to its product pages.  At first glance it looks like pretty much every other nettop Asus has launched int he last two years. But under the hood this tiny desktop has a new Intel Atom Pine Trail processor and… yeah, that’s about it for the differences. According to the Asus web site, this model even runs Windows XP, which makes it seem so 2009. But I imagine it won’t be too long before we see a Windows 7 version of the nettop.

The EB1007 has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom D410 single core processor, 1GB of DDR2 800MHz RAM, a 160GB 2.5″ hard drive, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 6 USB ports, a SDHC card reader, S/PDIF and D-sub ports, and an eSATA port.

It measures 8.8″ x 7″ x 1.1″ and weighs 2.6 pounds. Options include a keyboard and mouse, stand, and VESA Mount kit for attaching the nettop to the back of your monitor or a TV.

There’s no word on pricing or availability.

via Notebook Italia

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12 replies on “Asus introduces Eee Box EB1007”

  1. It is a shame a price is not listed. If it was, one could decide whether or not it is worth the cost. It looks nice. It looks nicer than the older pc boxes. It looks like some thing one could cover with some king of skin (like the ones from Skinit or other similar places ).

    Once ReactOS is out of beta (or at least to the point where one can install it using an USB optical drive or USB flash drive, it would be an idea operating system for it. It is fast (I have it on an older Gateway notebook and it boots up very fast) and it is not a resource hog (does not use up much hard drive space or memory).

  2. I ordered a dell studio hybrid, for $299. I is not fully loaded. No wifi only 2 gb ram. But it has an Intel core duo cpu windows 7 home pemium and slot load dvd drive firewire and poor graphics Intel 3100. I uses 40 watts max and thats why I bought to replace my desktop that uses between 200 and 300 watts. I will keep my desktop for when I play games but otherwise I fell guilty turning it on. For me a desktop needs more power than the atom but still must be green and cheap. I don’t see a big selection out there and I hate it when we see a new product but they never include price.I am not a big fan of dell’s but you can buy an otherwise over priced computer for $200. less on sell. A desktop Must also have a dvd drive and a decent os, no striped down model. Thats my 2 cents worth and I am curious how many people will buy the Asus. I like my asus 1005ha for what it is but I wouldn’t buy the unit above.Note, the studio hybrid has what I think might be an open pci e slot, I might be able to improve graphics?
    Anyone know the answer?

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