Asus Eee PC 1015PEM-PU17 (black)

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(added 16 Oct 2010)

Asus has produced a latest notebook – that is named as Asus Eee PC 1015PEM-PU-17 (black) appears the sibling of Asus Eee PC 1015PEM-PU-17 (red) series, substantially having the same specs and configs – thereby proving a broader spectrum of notebooks with moderately similar specs. This series is having Intel Atom Processor. This series is offered on the price range of USD 375.99 to USD 441.55.

The features of Asus Eee PC 1015PEM make it – a latest model and truly deserves to be get one and made it part of the life. This series is offered on a slightly high price, adding a finer configs and specs. The Asus series has the data link protocol, like; Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Fast Ethernet, and adding the networking standards like; IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b.

This series is adding Intel dual-core Atom processor – that is Intel’s first dual-core chip for Netbooks that assists to activate multi-functional tasks. The productivity of this chip is advanced combination.

This series card reader type is card reader, whilst its supported flas memory cards are SD Memory Card, MultiMedia Card, SDHC Memory Card. This series is offering its display, like 10.1in TFT active matrix type. Its maximum resolution is WSVGA, whilst it supports the widescreen display.

Asus claims is hundred percent correct, that this series is running for 13 hours, once it is full charged. Although, until and unless it is used, it can’t be verified, however, if there is some variance, despite that it is ahead, from many other notebooks.

Till to date, few advanced laptops had the edge over others, for their most modern mobile PC technology, now it appears that, many others would also switch over to this technology either.

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(added 16 Oct 2010) / 4633 views

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