web analytics

Asus Eee PC X101 is thinnest netbook

+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0

If the Asus UX21 will not fit in your budget, the Taiwanese manufacturer is also bringing in a netbook with a similar form factor and with a starting price of under $200. The unit, called the Asus Eee PC X101, will also boot up with a Meego OS pre-installed.

Eeepc • Asus Eee Pc X101 Is Thinnest Netbook

The netbook runs on an Intel Atom N435 1.33GHz. The 10.1-inch (1024×600 resolution) X101 weighs under a kilo (950g) and is only 17.6mm thin at its base.

Asus Eeepc • Asus Eee Pc X101 Is Thinnest Netbook

Realme Philippines

The Eee PC X101 has 2 USB ports, a microSD card slot, Bluetooth and WiFi 802.11b/g/n. The variant wtih Meego OS will have a small 8GB Flash drive while other variants will come with 250GB and 320GB HDD and will run on Windows 7.

Asus • Asus Eee Pc X101 Is Thinnest Netbook

Battery on this unit is a little lower than usual at only 2600mAh. That might translate to around 3 to 4 hours battery life.

Photos via PCMag.

Avatar for Abe Olandres

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
18 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
MIKKE
MIKKE
10 years ago

Again how did you fit windows 7 sa 8 GB SSD?

mybeautifulkitchen
mybeautifulkitchen
10 years ago

got mine for 10,995 i didnt like the MEEGO sobrang bagal at naghahang i installed Windows 7 sobrang ganda astig!!! mura na maganda pa =) i bought it sa HUB sa parksquare 1

Roland
Reply to  mybeautifulkitchen
10 years ago

How did you fit windows 7 sa 8GB SSD?

ela
ela
10 years ago

di pa rin ba available sa phil?

abcde
abcde
10 years ago

when will it be released in the phil?

Val
Val
10 years ago

Maganda ito sa mga students, hindi masyadong mahal at medyo magaan dalhin dahil sa thin form factor. For me, I would still go for a small CULV, kahit pricey pero worth it in the long run. :)

amikke
amikke
10 years ago

San ba ito available….at what price din in pesos…

boy_fanboy
boy_fanboy
10 years ago

For just $200, this netbook is definitely a good buy and it’s one of the cheapest netbook ever sold. And I guess Asus wants every people to own a netbook.

Edwin C
Edwin C
10 years ago

Ayoko nito. Ok na ‘tong ASUS Eee PC 1015PEM ko.

Calvin
10 years ago

under $200.

adam
10 years ago

May I know the price?

Totem
Totem
Reply to  adam
10 years ago

It’s not yet released officially..

Noir
Noir
10 years ago

Why Atoms?????? Seriously APUs are better.

Hmmm considering the price I guess it is still a pretty good deal

boy_fanboy
boy_fanboy
Reply to  Noir
10 years ago

AMD Fusion APUs are much better in terms of price/performance ratio but i doubt that it’s not possible to put it on such slim netbook. That’s why they opted for a low-power 5 watt Intel Atom N435 which is a single core processor. With that kind of small chassis, it’s very dangerous to put a more powerful hardware…heat issues will simply arise.

I hope that they will make an AMD version of that netbook though because it’s just too tempting!

NeoJohan
10 years ago

Kano kaya niyan? Bibilhan ko kasi gf ko ng MSI Wind 230.
http://www.neojohan.com/

daniel
daniel
10 years ago

super pang-estudyante… kaya kaya nyan photoshop at compiler ng c++ or cobol?

garz
garz
Reply to  daniel
10 years ago

i don’t think so. it only runs on atom. photoshop will probably crawl in this..

18
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x