Asus Eee D200; MSI X320 Netbooks Launched

Asus debuted a Eee D200, sized at 10.8" x 3.85" x 8.11", with a net weight of 9.5 pounds (4.3 kg). The "Sku 4" model is equipped with an Intel Atom N270 processor, has 2GB of Samsung DDR2 800 RAM, dual Seagate 500 GB HDDs, and a slot-loading TSST DVD-RW drive. The device also acts as an 802.11n MIMO […]

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Asus debuted a Eee D200, sized at 10.8" x 3.85" x 8.11", with a net weight of 9.5 pounds (4.3 kg). The "Sku 4" model is equipped with an Intel Atom N270 processor, has 2GB of Samsung DDR2 800 RAM, dual Seagate 500 GB HDDs, and a slot-loading TSST DVD-RW drive. The device also acts as an 802.11n MIMO AP router, and has a 3.5" LCD touch panel on the front to handle network connections and file management.

MSI has launched its X-slim 320, a super-thin notebook computer in the new Macbook Air-styled form factor that the venerable Dell entered this morning with its Adamo. With a 13.4", 16:9 display and a thickness of of 0.79" at its thinnest, the X320 weighs in at a scant 2.86 pounds (1.3 kg) when equipped with a 4-cell battery. The X320 uses an Intel Atom Z530 processor running at 1.6 GHz.

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