Asus has rolled out R011PX in Germany to compete with the other cheap mini laptop available. It runs on an Intel Atom N455 processor and comes with a 10.1 inch display that packs 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. So, is there a reason to like it? Well, yes as it has a matte display. It also gives us a hint that it is merely a German version of the Asus Eee PC 1001PXD mini laptop available internationally.
Everybody is talking about Cloud these days. Apple recently launched iCloud, an answer to the Microsoft Skydrive. Cloud computing allows users to store their data in the cloud, i.e, on the servers located in different parts of the world. However, another field that comes into focus is the need of securing these servers.
Asus is planning to launch two new netbooks in the market, namely Eee PC 1225 and Asus 1825. 1225 will be powered by Cedar Trail processors, similar to Asus 1025 laptop launched in June (2011). Specs are still unconfirmed but we do know that 1225 will be equipped with 10 inch display while the 1825 Eee PC will have 12 inch screen.
If you thought Asus has abandoned Linux for their mini laptops, think again as the company is all set to launch Asus 1101px, Eee PC 1001pxd and 1015px of them with Ubuntu configurations. Asus stopped putting Linux (back then, it was all Xandros) after launching their first model – Eee PC 701. Now, the folks behind Ubuntu – Canonical is telling everyone that Ubuntu is feature-packed to go head-to-head with Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
Mini Laptops are being enjoyed by an overwhelming amount of consumers all over the world and why not? They are affordable and convenient to carry around, especially for those who like to stay in touch and work on office documents while on-the-go. The cost of Mini Laptops generally fall under 400 dollar price tag and runs Windows 7 Starter or Windows XP as operating system.