The Eee PC 904, featuring Asus’s new fuller-sized, more comfortable keyboard is going to cost a mere £269 (inclusive of VAT), when it ships in the UK in mid-July.
Asus is addressing the criticisms levelled at its popular, low-cost Eee PC's small keyboard, by introducing two new models with larger keyboards.
Sony is set to jump aboard the sub-notebook bandwagon, releasing a low-cost, small form factor laptop using processor from VIA Technologies.
Although it won’t officially be released until Computex, Asustek has shown off its Eee PC 901 at the WiMax Expo.
Rumours and a picture have surfaced at what is believed to be Acer’s attempts to get involved in the burgeoning sub-notebook industry.
Its original Eee PC sub-notebook, announced just under a year ago, has leapt off shelves - watched with great interest by a growing number of notebook manufacturers. One year of development on, we're starting to see these manufacturers' attempts to match the Eee PC's portability, low price point and general loveableness come to fruition.
Asus' head honcho has spilt more beans on details of the version two Eee PC model. It will use Intel's recently-branded Atom processor designed for sub-notebook machines just like the Eee and its growing band of rivals