Another piece of the Asus Eee PC naming convention puzzle is falling into place this week. The company is teaming up with Italian wireless carrier TIM to offer the Eee PC 1000H Go, which is basically an Eee PC with a built in HSUPA modem. If that whole “Go” thing sounds familiar, that’s probably because Asus has already released the Eee PC 901 Go in Europe. And the 901 Go is, you guessed it, basically an Eee PC 901 with a bundled 3G modem.

The Eee PC 1000H Go will set you back 479 Euros. My (non-esistant) Italian’s not good enough to determine whether there’s a discount available to customers who sign up for a wireless data plan.

via Netbook Italia

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4 replies on “Asus launches Eee PC 1000H Go with integrated 3G”

  1. You can choice between buy the netbook for 479 euro or you pay 40 euro month for EeePC 1000HGO + 100 hours internet traffic.

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