ASUS EP20 Mini Eee PC Spotted at CeBIT


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It was February 20th when ASUS unveiled the small form factor Nova P22, however, it now appears that the company has decided to modify the platform a tad and add it to its expanding line of Linux-based Eee PCs. The EP20 “Digital Home System”, which was spotted at CeBIT by Matbe.com, is designed to be a low cost infotainment device for the living room (definitely would work nicely as a MythTV front-end) or productivity machine for the study. Rumor has it that it will sell for around $350 and come equipped with a 2.5-inch hard disc drive (instead a flash drive like it’s sister laptop) and a 1.87Ghz Intel dual-core processor. I’m curious what ASUS means by Digital Home System… are they planning a custom “Easy Mode” 10-foot interface for their living room systems? [via]





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  • bob

    wow that’s cheap for a dual-1.87ghz. i hope this will increase pressure to open up apple tv into a full ‘mac nano’