Asus about to expand Eee brand... including desktop, AIO computers and TVs

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by takao, Jan 30, 2008.

  1. takao macrumors 68040


    Dec 25, 2003
    Dornbirn (Austria)
    looks like after the success of the Eee laptop Asus is smelling more business in the low priced sector

    "The E-DT, a desktop PC which will not be sold with a monitor, is scheduled to launch in April or May this year and will be showcased at CeBIT 2008. The first E-DT will adopt an Intel Celeron processor, while later generations will adopt Intel's Shelton'08 platform with Diamondville processors and the 945GC chipset. The company has set the price of the PC at between US$200-300 and will try to push it down to US$199."

    "The E-Monitor will be an all-in-one device similar to Apple's iMac and Dell's XPS One. E-Monitor will cut into the 19-21-inch market and will come with a built-in TV tuner. Pricing is set at US$499, compared to the iMac's price of US$1,199-2,299 and the XPS One's price of US$1,499-2,399. E-Monitor will also be based on Intel's Shelton'08 platform and will be launched in September this year."

    "Finally, the E-TV will compete in the over 42-inch LCD TV market, but will integrate the Linux-based PC functionality of other Eee PC products. Pricing is to be set to at no greater than US$200 more than TVs in the same class. E-TV is also scheduled to launch in September."

    a 499 dollar all in one computer with Tv tuner and 19-21" LCD ? even if the performance isn't super hot that's quite a message Asus is sending out there
  2. iMpathetic macrumors 68030


    Oct 7, 2007

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