Asustek X101H and X101 Reach Shelves This Month End

July 29, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Asustek begins its marketing in the US this month end. The two models, X101 and X101H, will be available in the markets within a couple of days.

The X101H is a Windows based device while the X101 is MeeGo-running one and both the systems sport a MacBook Air-based design. The X101H has a 1.66GHz Atom N455 under its hood which gives it a faster performance.

On the other hand, the X101 packs a very low-voltage 1.33GHz Atom N435 chip. The company has done some shavings in the memory department, so you wouldn’t find a huge amount of space in either of the devices.

Both netbooks support only 8GB SSD along with 1GB of RAM for memory. Other features include of an 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi radio and Bluetooth 3.0.

The devices are said to get around four hours of battery life out of its 3-cell battery. You can choose them from three colours: red, white and brown.

The Windows 7-based X101H will cost you $299, while the MeeGo-running X101 is cheaper and will cost just $199.

They aren’t, what you would say, pricey, so if you don’t have much to shell out, these netbooks may be an option.

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