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Asus' Eee Gets Windows XP ... But Hasn't Lost Linux (Yet)
At the CeBIT convention in Germany the other week, Asus unveiled a new edition of its flash-based Eee sub-notebook PC, nominally running a custom version of Xandros Linux. New models, Asus said, will run Linux ... and now Windows XP. According to Asus' press release, Microsoft Works and many of the Windows Live applications will come preloaded with the system. It claims it has sold 350,000 units so far and is on track to selling anywhere between 3 and 5 million by the end of the year.
|Will it increase sales
||Mar 16, 2008 9:07 AM
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