Asus is reportedly preparing a late June shipment for its upcoming 11-inch Eee PC netbook, priced at roughly €400 or $555.
It’s been weeks since we first caught wind of Asus’ plans to launch an 11-inch version of the company’s hugely popular Eee PC line. This week the company officially announced the Eee PC 1101HA.
You’re looking at an 11.6-inch ‘netbook’ packing an Intel Atom Z520 processor at 1.33GHz. Slashgear reports that the 1101HA will sport the same “Seashell” styling as the smaller Eee PC 1008HA and 1005HA along with a WXGA 1366 x 768 display, 1 GB of RAM, a 160 GB hard-drive, a full-size keyboard and trackpad, WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, a full size VGA port and of course the obligatory 1.3-megapixel webcam.
We still stand firm in our belief that anything over 10 inches isn’t really a netbook but the price is pretty competitive when you consider there are smaller netbooks out there that exceeds said price. Where do you guys think the line should be drawn for netbook size? More importantly, do you plan on purchasing one of the 11-inch Eee PCs once they’re available? Let us know!