asus-logoAsus introduced a whole slew of new machines at CES including the Eee PC T91 convertible tablet and the Eee PC 1004DN with a new Intel Atom N280 CPU and an optional DVD drive.  But it looks likely that the company won’t bring any of these new products to market for a few months.

Taipei Times reports that due to a variety of issues Asus had to lower its profit forecasts recently. And as a result, Asus wants to bring its inventory under control before shipping new netbooks, notebooks, or other products. As previously reported, the company also plans to consolidate some of its product lines.

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4 replies on “No new netbook models form Asus until Q2 2009?”

  1. So they still have 2 to 3 months of Eee PC inventory on hand that they want to get rid of before they introduce new models. Maybe in a few weeks then, we’ll see some lower Eee prices and have a good opportunity to pick up a spare 1000H or the like.

  2. Well, this could be a good opportunity for Asus to rethink some models. There are plenty out there already and customers are getting confused.

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