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New Eee PC Netbooks from Asus (photos)

Asus has a few new Netbook models, keeping the category alive for another year.

10 Images By 10 January 2012


Asus revives the Netbook at CES 2012 with the Eee PC Flare

Thought the Netbook was dead? Asus wants to bring it back with this new model.

By 10 January 2012


See the latest from Asus in our IFA 2013 live blog

After shaking things up with the Eee PC netbook and Transformer tablet, what has Asus got in store for us next? We're live from the Asus press conference starting at 7:15 a.m. PT on Wednesday.

By 4 September 2013


ASUS Eee PC 1215B

Asus updates the Eee PC line with AMD's excellent ultraportable CPU, making for a powerful, portable package -- but the field is getting crowded in this category.

By 18 June 2011


Asus spiffs up Transformer, FonePad, Memo Pad lines

The Transformer Book T300, the Memo Pads 8 and 10, and the FonePad 7 2014 Edition were unveiled at the company's IFA event in Berlin.

By 5 September 2013


Asus launches ultrathin UX and Eee PC X101 at Computex

The 11-inch Asus UX is clearly designed to take on the MacBook Air. Also on hand: an updated version of the Eee PC Netbook, called the Eee PC X101.

By 31 May 2011


The 11-inch Asus UX and Eee PC X101 (photos)

New from Computex, the 11-inch Asus UX is clearly designed to take on the MacBook Air, while the Eee PC X101 runs both Windows and Intel's MeeGo.

6 Images By 31 May 2011


AMD will consider Android but doesn't commit -- yet

World's second largest chip maker is open to Android but so far isn't making any public commitment.

By 6 June 2013


Asus and the art of catching the eye

Eric Chen, global vice president of the Systems Business Group at Asus, talks to CNET Australia about the end of Eee, the rise of tablets and the mission to be admired.

By 15 March 2013


Asus Eee PC 1015PN

The compact 10-inch Asus Eee PC 1015PN offers a dual-core Atom processor and Nvidia Ion graphics for decidedly better-than-average Netbook performance, but premium ultraportables that aren't much more expensive can do better still.

By 13 November 2010