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Asus to release desktop Eee PC as Ebox for US $200-300.

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To help schools offer affordable computing to every student, HP today introduced a full-function, mini-notebook Linux powered PC priced starting under $500. HP will join a fledgling market already populated with products from Intel Corp., the world’s largest semiconductor company, and Asustek Computers Inc., the world’s largest maker of computer motherboards. The only way to […]

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Asus has launched an open-source project for its cheap ASUS Eee laptop PC . You can download SDK and start developing more applications. It is a collection of programming tools, utilities, documentation, and libraries for Asus Linux EEEPc. From the project home page: This is an open-source project for ASUS Eee PC series. It provides […]

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Asus is extending the idea of Low-cost Linux based computer and gadgets to desktop PCs, TVs, and Monitors. Asus has named the upcoming additions to its Eee PC family of low-cost computers, soon to be augmented with a small form-factor desktop machine, an all-in-one system and a TV. The details are as follows: a) E-DT […]

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News Roundup

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=> KDE 4 Review : Ars Technica reviews KDE 4.0 – KDE 4.0 was officially released last week after extensive development. The long-awaited 4.0 release ushers in a new era for the popular open-source desktop environment and adds many intriguing new features and technologies. Unfortunately, the release comes with almost as many new bugs as […]

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Asus’ Eee PC is the cheapest Linux laptop out there. Now Shuttle introduced its $199 KPC Linux PC. The company didn’t have it on display on the actual floor of the convention halls here at the Consumer Electronics Show (too late did I find out you had to zip over to a private suite at […]

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Cheap Linux Laptop From Asus is ultimate ultra portable computer for just $199.

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