You would have thought the Eee PC line would have died when all those other manufacturers started to make their impact in the netbook market? Well, you’re wrong. ASUS has announced that it will make a new version of the EeeTop PC, called the ET2010 – which has some features that goes a bit beyond what you expect from the lineup.
The ET2010 is only 1-inch thick and features a 20-inch, 1600×900 pixel resolution (or “high definition plus”) display with HDMI compatibility; and will feature – depending on the models – an AMD Athlon II X2 250u CPU (AG and AGT models) or and Intel Atom D410 (P Model) or D510 (for the PN and PNT models). The AGT and PNT will also be a touchscreen – just make sure if you’re going to use it in the kitchen that you don’t use your dirty fingers on it.
The AG and AGT models will feature a ATI Radeon HD 5470 graphics card, with 2GB of DDR3 RAM, while the the 2010 PN and PNT will have the NVIDIA ION. The P model will have integrated graphics; and P, PN and PNT models will have 2GB of DDR2 RAM.
No word on its availability or pricing.
Edit: Yeah, we did mention that the screen was 1600×9000 – that is actually incorrect and bloody impossible. Thanks Tom.