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Chris Cardell

Is that a Wii? No, an Eee

The first pictures of the Asus Eee Desktop have arrived. Although the source cannot be fully confirmed, the products you see below should be on the market within a matter of months.

Its quite clear that Asustek will be hoping to take advantage of the Wii form factor in its future marketing as it does hold a considerable resemblance. The size of this machine is unclear, however it can be expected to be a similar size to the Wii. It most probably won’t be a gaming machine, it is likely to be a media centre machine for the home and for light use such as internet surfing and word processing similar to Asus’ sub-notebook Eee products.

We look forward to further developments from Asus, we predict this will be as bigger hit as previous Eee products.

This entry was posted on Saturday, May 24th, 2008 at 1:00 am GMT. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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  • vinay

    Its amazing……………………………………..

  • myatsu

    Just looking at it makes me want to buy it.

  • bianca

    wow ! would u know how much is it? does it run on windows now? i have an asus eee laptop and i love it. i can put it in my purse it’s less than 1 kg.

  • Herbert

    Wow, that “rii-ly” looks familiar (bad pun). But, it still does have a pretty nice design – imitation is a form of flattery, right?

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