Very rarely these days does a manufacturer get the chance to officially announce and uncover a new product. They are normally beaten to the chance by documents available via the FCC, their own support pages, or even else where hidden on their official sites.
In this case of the Asus Eee PC 1201X and 1201K these product names have been dug up from one of Asus’ own webstorage site.
On an official database listing the capacity and duration of the Webstorage for each Eee PC model, two unannounced models were found, the Eee PC 1201K and 1201X.
These are new models from the 1201 series of 12-inch netbooks, but apart from this very little information is currently known.
But judging from the database it appears that the Asus 1201X will be available with just Windows XP, while the Asus 1201K will be available with both Windows XP and Windows 7 operating systems. As always, when more information is known, we will be sure to update this page!
Also listed on this document is the recently uncovered Asus 1005PX.
Update: A little more information has become available for both the upcoming Asus 1201K and 1201X from an updated user manual.
This shows that the Asus Eee PC 1201X will have the same case and ports layout as the 1201T, and no HDMI output, but it’s unknown whether it will have AMD hardware or not.
Even less is known about the Eee PC 1201K. We can see that the right side has no USB ports, and also no assess panel at the bottom of the netbook, which is a little strange, as most at least have a RAM access port.
We will be sure to update as more information is known.