Asus will be introducing five new netbooks at the upcoming CeBit tradeshow.
All models will get 1 GB main memory as well as a 320 GB HDD. The X101CH and 1011CX will integrate Intel's new Atom N2600 processor. The 1025C gets Intel's Atom N2800 CPU, while the 1015BX will use AMD's C50 or C60 processor. The netbooks will come standard with two operating systems to enable hybrid operation. Windows 7 Starter will be the main OS and the lean Express Gate OS will be used to enable basic software such as Firefox, Skype, Media-Player, and Messenger.
Also new are the 11.6-inch Eee PC 1225B/C. The netbooks are based on Intel's Atom N2600 or AMD's E450 CPU, offer a screen resolution of 1366x768 pixel and 2 GB memory.
Asus did not release pricing for its new netbooks.