ASUS Eee PC 1201K to Use AMD Geode NX1750 CPU
It really is nostalgic when back in the past, when notebooks were still on the verge of gaining their popularity in the market when you meet up with some of the biggest names executives in the past and that they say that the netbooks are not just the thing of the future, but it will rather, take over the world.
Today, the new Eee netbook from ASUS, the Eee 1201K uses an AMD netbook processor, of which they never offer back then. The processor that is inside the new Eee is the AMD Geode NX1750 that comes with a big 1GB of DDR1 RAM and can somehow be fitted with 160GB, 250GB, or 320GB HDD that comes with a built-in 0.3mp webcam.
In terms of powering up the machine, it draws its power from a 6-cell Li-ion battery that, in one way or another, promises 2 hours of running time every successful charging cycle; the certain run time is a bit scary to think actually as what the manufacturers claim it to be normal. The netbook comes with a larger screen display that you are opt to normally find on an Intel machine at 12.1-inches and has a 1336 x 768 resolution. Release and pricing of the said netbook is still yet to be announced.