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ASUS preps $200-$250 netbooks to combat tablets

Posted on Thursday, March 17 2011 @ 20:35:59 CET by

In order to compete with the growing tablet market, Asustek plans to release new netbooks priced at $200 to $250 in June. These systems are developed in cooperation with Intel and will likely adopt Google Android 3.0 or Chrome OS to keep the costs down.
Asustek Computer is set to launch a new netbook priced at US$200-250 in June in cooperation with Intel, and hopes to achieve its goal of shipping six million netbooks in 2011, according to sources from upstream component makers.

Affected by tablet PCs, a 10-inch single-core Atom netbook with a price below US$280 has already appeared in the retail channel, while dual-core models' ASPs are only at around NT$12,000 (US$405), and as more tablet PCs are set to launch in the near future, market watchers are conservative about netbook's future.
Source: DigiTimes



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