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Old 8th February 2010
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Default Asus Eee PC 1005PE: Intel's freshest Atom comes to netbooks

From the Oops department, now with the correct link

A review from theregister.co.uk :
http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2010/02...us_eee_1005pe/

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Review Intel launched its latest generation of netbook-centric Atom processors right at the end of 2009. While the following weeks saw plenty of announcements heralding new machines based on the chips, those PCs have only now started to arrive on shop shelves.

Asus is, of course, the genuine pioneer of the netbook arena, launching the very first machine in this class back in late 2007 - the Eee PC 701. Two and a bit years on, we have here the latest model: the 1005PE.
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