Three of the latest ASUS Eee PC models, expected to be showcased at the forthcoming CeBit 2010 show have leaked online.
The three new models – the Eee PC 1018P, the Eee PC 1016P and the Eee PC 1015P (pictured) – all feature 10 inch displays and are expected to be packing Intel’s latest Pine Trail Atom processors.
From the looks of things, the 1015P is a minor upgrade of the already available 1005P model. Again, there is a matte display and chiclet keys, but ASUS have this time introduced an aluminium casing, a bigger touch pad and a battery capable of running for 14 hours with wireless switched off.
The 1016P model is said to be aimed more primarily at the business end of the market, with similar specs to the 1015P, but with a more professional-looking squared design.
Last up is the 1018P, which is apparently the thinnest ASUS netbook available. Just 18mm thick, the netbook will be packing USB 3.0 ports, a fingerprint security scanner and a 10hr battery life.