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Old 8th August 2008, 15:45   #1
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Default Asustek Decides Not to Introduce Eee PC for High-End Market

After thorough considerations, Asustek Computer has decided not to introduce its Asus Eee PC S-series machines aimed at higher-end market under Eee trademark, but sell it as affordable Asus-branded notebooks.

As a result, the S01 machines will be new entries into the Asus family of notebooks and, in fact, will be the first non-Eee PC branded netbooks from Asustek Computer. The decision also means that Asustek wants to maintain the Eee family as a family of inexpensive gadgets and has no plans to introduce high-cost Eee-branded devices. Instead, the company seems to have plans to make products sold under Asus brand-name a little more affordable.
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