Asus is certainly milking its Eee PC brand for all it is worth, throwing in a couple more lines for you to consider before you part with your hard earned money the next time round. We’re talking about the Eee Pc Diary and the Eee PC Prime, where the former will be a bunch of netbooks that target folks who are always on-the-go (isn’t that who netbooks are meant for in the first place, anyway?), boasting a long battery life with a stronger focus on reliability and mobile connections. As for the Eee PC Prime, it is not a secret Autobot ready to save the world from the clutches of the Decepticons, but will be a high-end Eee PC instead. As for the Eee PC Seashell line, well, that’s a bunch of affordable Eee PCs.
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