Asus has launched a new netbook in India, called the Eee PC XIOl. It has arrived here ahead of several major international territories, such as the U.S. and Europe, where it is expected in the next couple of weeks. Priced at U2,499, the 10.1*inch netbook bears a very basic hardware configuration, and we wonder just how well it will do in the market, when there are plenty of other full-featured netbook offerings out there, at negligibly higher prices. Asus aims for it to be an alternative to both netbooks and tablets. Asus has also chosen to release the Eee PC XIOl with Mee Go on board, not Windows, or any reg*ular full-featured distro like open*SUSE or Ubuntu. Looking at the specifications, which read almost like a tablet's, we realize nothing else but MeeGo might work - with just 8GB of built-in storage space (SSO) and 1GB of RAM. As many folks in the industry have observed, this netbook is a hybrid of a tablet and a The Taiwanese giant apparently intends to provide a fast, rich and intuitive computing experience, while at the same time keeping costs low with the operating system, and hardware. As for storage, a glaring omission, Asus has pre-loaded Oropbox cloud storage for free, allowing users to store some real data.
The Asus Eee PC XIOl comes with a choice of an Intel Atom N435 or N455 processor. Other specs include Bluetooth 3.0 con*nectivity, a webcam, two USB2.0 ports, and a 3-cell battery that promises a four-hour battery life, using Asus'
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