ASUS Announces the Eee PC 1008HA

ASUS logoASUS just can't get enough of their Eee PC line of netbooks, and today the company unveiled their newest Eee PC, the 1008HA.

This 10-inch netbook takes a few elements from the thin and glossy ASUS S101, but so far ASUS hasn't announced full technical specs or the official MSRP. All we can really say at this point is that it looks nice.

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The Eee PC 1008HA is a future product and is not being "launched" but meerly shown at the CeBIT show. This is essentially another Eee PC with a 10″ display and weighing less than 2.5 pounds. The addition of Draft-N Wi-Fi and 3G help make this an interesting way to stay connected while on the road. Full specs are not being released at this time beyond what is on the display card at the show (see below).

Source: NotebookReview

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