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Asus Rolls Out The New High-End N10 Netbook




Following the great Eee PC success and the dominance within the netbooks market,  Asus keeps going forward, introducing a new lavish netbook, sans the Eee brand logo that has characterized their lineup. The new N10 was designed for the higher-end market, introducing a 10.2-inch LED backlight display (1024 x 768) and an Intel Atom-based N270 processor, together with a strong GeForce 9300GS graphics card. In addition, it packs Windows Vista Business, Altec Lansing speakers, a 250GB hard drive, a fingerprint reader and even an HDMI output, all for estimated prices, ranged from $450 up to $600. Korean launch is scheduled to mid-end September, so stay tuned for more to come.

Update: turns out Asus will offer 3 configurable netbooks, including the N10E-A1 that will have the basic specs without the HDMI connection, Nvidia 9300GS graphics, fingerprint reader, wireless connector N or Bluetooth. Instead, it will pack Windows XP, together with Intel Atom CPU, 10.2-inch display, a 160GB hard drive, 1GB RAM, 6-cell battery, 1.3M webcam and wireless 802.11 B/G connectivity, all for $649. N10J-A1that will house Windows Vista Premium, together with Intel Atom CPU, 10.2-inch display, a 160GB hard drive, 2GB RAM, Nvidia 9300GS graphics card, Bluetooth/WiFi 802.11B/G/N connectivity, 6-cell battery, 1.3M webcam and HDMI connector, all for $749. N10J-A2 that will sport the same specs as the N10J-A1model, only with a 250GB hard drive, all for $849.

[via Aving]

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