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The Eee 900 has been out for just a week, however ASUS has declared it’s time for an update. Meet the 901, which has slight changes to its exterior, and a new Intel Atom chip buried within the 8.9″ sub-notebook.
Other changes include several metal finishings to the casing, including on the screen hinge (which is also lacking the power button now), on the keyboard, and trackpad, plus two microphones. One other thing worth noting is they’ve substituted the ASUS logo with the Eee PC logo instead, proving once and for all that the Eee brand is here to stay.
Sadly no news on pricing nor availability.