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ASUS S101 press photos released: Graphite version spotted

ASUS S101 press photos released: Graphite version spotted

We've seen live images but this press shot of the ASUS S101 is the first time I've seen the luxury "fashion" netbook in something other than brown - an acquired taste, to be sure.  The ASUS Eee PC S101 is the company's high-end netbook, complete with an 18-25mm thick chassis, a minimum of 16GB SSD storage and an included 16GB SD card to boost that storage.

More press shots of the ASUS Eee PC S101 netbook after the cut

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ASUS S101 luxury ‘fashion’ netbook official

ASUS S101 luxury ‘fashion’ netbook official

ASUS has officially announced the S101 netbook, its "fashion forward" model with higher specs than the traditional Eee PC range.  The S101 has the usual 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU paired with a 10.2-inch WSVGA display with LED-backlight, SSD storage up to 64GB and WiFi 802.11n.  It'll be available in brown, champagne and graphite.

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ASUS Eee PC S101 with 64GB SSD shows up: Eee for expensive

ASUS Eee PC S101 with 64GB SSD shows up: Eee for expensive

It might look like one of ASUS' regular ultraportables cosying up to an Eee PC, but if Crave Taiwan are to be believed this is actually the first shot of the company's Eee PC S101, a 10-inch netbook with a 64GB SSD.  ASUS have already confirmed their intention to launch large-capacity SSD models, some of which would be considered "high end" compared to the models we're used to, it seems that this S101 is the first of the new Eee breed.

Linux-based HandyPC S101 Caught in the Wild!

Linux-based HandyPC S101 Caught in the Wild!

Is there really a need for another Nokia Communicator wanna-be? Apparently, German phone maker Road thinks so. The company’s very on HandyPC S101 is part computer and part phone, sporting the Linux operating and Trolltech’s Qtopia GUI. It’s a quad-band, GSM/EDGE/GPRS with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth – so as connectivity goes, you’re all set.

I especially love large QWERTY keyboard with massive keys. This is especially nice for folks with larger thumbs. The screen is equally nice, featuring a 640x240 display and a 102x65 monochrome phone screen. Other specs and features include 64MB of RAM, 64MB of Flash, a 400 MHz Intel PXA264, a 2-megapixel camera, and a massive 1,500mAh lithium-polymer battery. The talk time is rough four hours, with 240 hours of stand-by, or five hours of actual PC usage.

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