The year 2010 it seems has set of AsusTek Computers on a product launch sprees, with its numerous announcements for the CES 2010, the company has now announced yet another addition to its extremely popular Eee PC Netbook series. This time around, it is the turn for the ultra stylish Eee PC 1008P Netbook to awe the users with its beauty and simplicity.
The Asus Eee PC 1008P netbook has been designed by famous industrial designer Karim Rashid, giving the netbook a sensationally appealing look, yet maintaining the simplistic aura of the device that would no doubt draw a lot of crowd to the Asus stall at CES. The netbook’s lid has a checkered wave pattern, that is available in dashing hot pink and coffee brown colors.
For the configuration part, the Eee PC 1008P, essentially meets just about every requirement that of a netbook. This sleek and stylish device is powered by Intel’s new Atom N450 processor, complimented by 1GB DDR2 RAM. The screen is a casual 10 inch display and the netbook operates on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium. Furthermore, the Eee PC 1008P is embedded with Bluetooth, wifi connectivity, a 1.3 mega pixel camera and a cool 250 GB hard drive. All in all the Asus Eee PC 1008P pretty impressive netbook, with great performance caliber and a look to die for.
According to Asus,
“The Eee PC 1008P is a fluid-driven form design along with the use of tactile friendly materials [that] results in a product that is both fashionable and unlike any other product in the Netbook market.”
Via Netbook Live.