Last week, official details began to trickle out concerning ASUS' new Eee PC 900 sub-notebook. Today, ASUS’s CEO opened the floodgates when it comes to specifications for its second generation Eee PC notebook.
As previously reported, the new Eee PC 900 features a new 8.9” 1024x600 display in place of the 800x480 display found on the original Eee PC 401. The larger screen with a higher resolution should help to silence some of the more vocal critics who bemoaned the needs to constantly scroll horizontally and vertically to read webpages.
Another change with the new Eee PC 900 comes in the area of storage. The original Eee PC first was made available with 4GB of storage. As the months progressed, ASUS released 2GB and 8GB models to occupy lower and higher price points respectively.
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