Well, at least this new netbook has something new and not just the typical Atom N270, 1GB memory, 160GB hard drive, and 10 inch screen. I’m so tired of those specs already. Every “new” netbook is the uses the same cookie cutter model…except Asus.
Asus just released the new Asus Eee PC T91. It’s basically a 9 inch tablet netbook. The screen swivels around and lays flat.
Another recent Asus announchment is the Asus Eee PC 1000HV. This was Asus response to the new Nvidia ION GPU. The Eee PC 1000HV is basically an Eee 1000HE with an ATI Radeon HD3450. The addition of the Radeon GPU helps the tiny netbook do Hi Def 1080P videos. This is pointless since the native resolution of most netbook screens are not equip to even handle 720P. Early reviewers are saying the video performance of the Eee PC 1000HV is nothing stellar. My opinion about the 1000HV is to just get the 1000HE and wait for ION.