It may look like your standard Netbook, but the Asus N10J is unique because underneath it features discrete, switchable graphics. You'll pay a bit more for the privilege, but the end result works for gaming on the go, as long as you don't mind dialing down your game settings.
If you can get past the software issues and the battery life, the N10 is a slick pendant-style flash-based player.
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What would happen if someone stuffed a discrete graphics chip into a low-power, low-price Netbook?
We've previously mentioned the upcoming Asus N10, the more-expensive cousin to the low-priced Eee PC line.
Is the concept of a high-end luxury Netbook an oxymoron?
Asus is calling its new Netbook the N10, instead of using the Eee PC name.