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ASUS Eee 1005PR Available for Purchase


Although the Amazon network says it’s still just available for pre-order, the guys at ASUS are sating their new Eee 1005PR netbook is already available at selected retailers.

Featuring a 10.1-inch display, with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, and backlit by LEDs, the ASUS Eee 1005PR is powered by a 1.66 Ghz Intel Atom N450. Intel UMA graphics and Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator work together to support graphics, while connectivity is handled by Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n wireless technology.

The ASUS Eee 1005PR netbook has 1 Ghz of DDR2 RAM, and a 250 Gb hard drive, spinning at 5400 rpm. ASUS is kind enough to offer an extra 500 Gb of online storage, if you need it. The netbook runs the Windos 7 Starter OS.

Check the ASUS Eee 1005 specifications, after the break.


Asus Eee PC 1005PR Netbook Available For Pre-Order

Asus Eee PC 1005PR Netbook

Asus has announced last month its upcoming netbook, the Eee PC 1005PR, which is now available for pre-order.

The netbook has a 10.1 inch WXGA LED backlit display with 1366 x 768 resolution and is capable of playing HD content. Under the hood, you will find an Intel Atom N450 Pineview processor backed up by 1GB of DDR2 RAM which can be upgraded to 2GB, and a 250GB HDD.

Other features include 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, a 0.3MP webcam, USB 2.0 and other. The six cell battery can keep the netbook alive for about 11 hours.


Google Chrome OS Netbooks : Reasonable Prices and Free Sotware


Google CEO Eric Schmidt has officially revealed new details on the upcoming netbooks that will run Google’s Chrome OS. In his speech, Eric Schmidt said that the Google Chrome OS Netbooks will have prices between $300 and $400, depending on the configuration you choose.

Also, Google claims that every penny you pay for this netbook is entirely for its components because Google Chrome OS carries no software cost. Eric Schmidt also explained why is Google getting into the netbook OS industry and he said that it’s not just about searching. Their operating system manages information and sharing in a particular way that other traditional OS aren’t capable of.

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