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Asus Eee PC 1015PEM – Atom N550 Netbook

Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:50 am

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Asus 1015PEMWith Intel officially announcing the availability of their latest dual core Atom N550 processor to the world a few days ago, and stating that a number of netbooks are already available, Asus have just announced their Asus Eee PC 1015PEM netbook.

We have created a list of Atom N550 netbooks for your reference. The Asus 1015PEM is one of a few shipping out.

Asus 1015PEM

Asus 1015PEM

Asus are claiming to be the first with their Asus 1015PEM, and while they have listed a price of €349 we have just to see it available to purchase.

The Asus Eee PC 1015PEM is essentially the 1015PE with the new dual core processor.

It has a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 pixel display, with 1-2GB of DDR3 RAM, a 250GB hard drive, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, and of course the Intel Atom N550 dual core processor with two cores running at 1.5GHz.

Asus say that it support 720p graphics, comes in red, black, white and pink color options, and will be available in Europe as soon as next month (October).

Update: Now available! Buy now from Amazon for $369!

Source: Asus’s techinstyle via NotebookItalia

5 Responses to “Asus Eee PC 1015PEM – Atom N550 Netbook”

  1. Don mcdo Says:

    I have a 1015 Eee PC Seashell series colored blue N550…. great performance, no turning back on stores to find a new 1 or more advance netbook… applicable on my job & carry on my bagpack. Tnx Asus!

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  2. alex Says:

    Great !!!! bought for 300 £, Definatly works with hd content, 720 and 1080 p ( with codecs )
    I plan to buy 4 gb of ram soon.

    perfect for all expect games.

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  3. Fred Dryer Says:

    Bought this one yesterday for 300€ and I must say, for being a netbook it impressed me. The dual-core cpu handles multitabbed browsing, music players and skype with ease. Out of the netbooks I felt on the store this gave a nice quality feel to it. Only crit is that the left shift key has the same size as the ordinary keys, resulting in some unwanted “<" signs.

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  4. Fred Dryer Says:

    oh…just realized my note about the left shift key applied to scandinavian keyboard layout. Seems like it’s normal size in english layout.

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