We’ve covered the ASUS Eee PC T91 extensively in the past months since it was first showcased at the CES. Its now been revealed that the convertible netbook will be arriving us in the UK in late May or early June, with a MRSP of £449 ($675). For those who have been interested in the T91Go which is an upgraded version if you like, equipped with HSDPA, you will need to wait abit longer before this model will be available. Final specs of the T91 are yet to be confirmed, however, based on previous featured posts, we know approximately what to expect.
When you think of netbooks, a large majority of them are tiny laptops built based on a nasty block of plastic, with no elegance to it whatsoever. ASUS’ new Eee PC 1002HAE (consider it an upgrade from the 1002HA) is abit different. The 1002HAE has an exterior aluminum skin which gives an added advantage of shedding half a pound of weight from 1.45kg to 1.2kg. While its main specs remain much the same – 1.6GHz N280 processor, 802.11b/g/n, 1GB of memory and 160GB disk, 1.3 megapixel webcam, memory card slot, 3.8-hour Li-Polymer battery, and 10-inch 1,024 x 600 pixel LED backlit display.
Asus is releasing a new nettop called the EeeBOX B208, expected to arrive in June 2009, and could pose as a new competitor to the Acer Aspire Revo. Asus EeeBOX B208 weighs only 1kg measuring at just 222 x 178 x 26.9mm. Using only 36W power consumption, it is powered by Intel’s Atom 330 processor with ATI Radeon HD 4350 256MB video card. The EeeBOX B208 features 1GB RAM, a 160 GB hard drive and a 10GB Eee Storage. Other specs include bluetooth, built in card reader SD/SDHC/MS/MS Pro/MMC, WiFi, 4 USB ports, HDMI out, DVI-D port and a built in battery with UPS function. As you can see, these specs are exactly what the Aspire Revo has and even more.
More pictures of Asus EeeBOX B208 after the break.