Asus Mini Laptop
Eee PC 1015E is the first mini laptop from Asus in 2013. However, now mini laptops feature specs of an entry level laptop, unlike mini laptops from 2008-2012 when they featured Atom processors. The new 1015E is only 1.2 kilo grams in weight and 23mm thick. The screen, while measures 10.1 inches, packs 1366×768 pixel resolution.
Asus X201E is a 11.6 inch mini laptop with innards of a full fledge laptop. Gone are the Intel Atom days and in are the days of cheap Core i-series processors. Asus is using the i3 2365M CPU and a spacious 500GB hard disk in their mini laptops now. Naturally, they cost almost twice (and in some cases thrice) when compared to last generation mini laptops.
Asus F201E is the first mini laptop that runs Windows 8 operating system. It is also the first Asus mini laptop that does not bears the Eee PC logo, but it might due to the fact that it is no longer powered by Atom processor. Instead, it carries the Celeron 847 processor. Asus will also be selling it with Ubuntu, for those who want to save some money.
Asus F201E specs:
Asus Eee PC 1225B is the successor to the immensely popular Asus mini laptops. This mini laptop is all set to replace the Asus 1215B, a 12.1 inch model that enjoyed great success in 2011. The 1225B is powered by AMD E450 or AMD C60 CPU, both of which are very capable processors.
Asus has finally made the much awaited Eee PC X101H in US, India and Europe. With the Asus X101H, the company has created the cheapest Eee PC mini laptop with hard disk. To bring the price to 240 (Rs 12,500), Asus had to made some interesting decisions. First is the use of cheaper and new low powered Atom N435 processor.