Asus has launched the newest variant of their Eee PC range, the Eee PC 1201T.
The latest netbook from the Eee PC Seashell Series features AMD MV-40 CPU and RS780MN chipset, supports 1080p HD video experience and has a 12.1″ widescreen display with HD (1366×768) resolution. Stylishly designed incorporating cues of the Eee PC Seashell series; it also has a large ergonomic chiclet keyboard.
Stanley Wu – Country Product Head – System Business, Asus (India) said, “The Eee PC 1201T is our latest 12″ netbook that is feature rich and packs in a powerful configuration. Featuring the AMD MV40 processor, 2 GB RAM and 320 GB hard disk, this netbook is aimed at users who want more processing power and storage capacity from their netbooks. The build quality and finish is top notch and we hope that it appeals to the users looking for a more powerful netbook than those available in the market at the moment.” He further added, “If you see the evolution of the Eee PC which can be heralded as the first netbook ever, what began as a basic 7” netbook has today transformed into a 12” feature rich multimedia device and this is largely a result of the demand in the market for such products.”
The Eee PC 1201T features the 2nd Generation AMD Ultrathin platform, which provides balanced performance across a myriad of applications. It draws its inspiration from seashells and its opalescent and glossy exterior is crafted by the innovative in-Mold Roller technology.
The Eee PC 1201T comes preinstalled with ArcSoft SimHD, which up scales standard definition video content to high definition. SimHD, a plug-in for ArcSoft TotalMedia Theater, enhances the quality of images and supports a wide range of file formats.
With the exclusive Asus Super Hybrid Engine's increased power efficiency, the Eee PC can deliver a long battery lifespan – eliminating worries about power while on-the-go and easily keeps users connected for full day.
The Eee PC Seashell costs Rs. 21,490 excluding taxes and comes with a one year warranty.
Publish date: March 8, 2010 4:12 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 6:08 pm