Sure, it’s only been two months since Asus unveiled a bunch of new netbooks and related products at CES. But the company’s been busy rethinking the form factor of its thinnest Eee PCs and developing the software and hardware of previously announced products. Asus has a bunch of goodies on display at CeBIT in Germany, including the brand new ultrathin Eee PC 1008HA (pictured above) and working versions of the Eee Keyboard and EeeNAS PC that acts as a home media server.
Riccardo at EeePC.it sent me a few promotional shots showcasing the goodies Asus brought to CeBIT. You can check them out after the break.
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eeenas looks very nice with 2tb storage and a dvd burner. very useful for netbooks with their limited storage and no optical drive.
the super thin asus 1008ha does nothing for me. the thickness of a device has never been an issue in its overall size. more interested in the eee keyboard to be honest. a reminder of the good old computers of the 80s. sinclair, commodore, amstrad. :sniff:
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