Next Generation EEE to be shown on monday!

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  1. Stu.The.Bunny

    Stu.The.Bunny Notebook Consultant

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    yeah, thats a black current eeepc...just look at the screen border.
     
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    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Cannonlake

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    Hopefully that is what the next gen EEE looks like, a current one with a larger screen and Menlow platform. Can't wait till tomorrow to find out!
     
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    JM Mr. Misanthrope NBR Reviewer

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    WWAN is actually pretty popular here, in the Silicon Valley.

    Also: WiMax isn't exactly the same as WWAN.

    N is also still draft.
     
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    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Cannonlake

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    New EEE's coming! 8, 8.9, and 10 inch models. Only the 8 inch will be the same size as the current 7 inch. Also wimax models.

    pcadvisor.co.uk/blogs/index.cfm?entryid=1526&blogid=18

    Engadget has slides from the conference, which mainly talks about WiMax.
     
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    knightingmagic Notebook Deity

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    3G WWAN services haven't failed. They're simply a tiny market for it at ~$60 a month and really low bandwidth caps.

    802.11n has not been finalized. It's like buying into HD-DVD/ Blu-Ray. There's weird issues like interfering with neighbor's wifi, and sub-optimal speeds ("up to 270Mbps"). When wifi-n is set in stone and the prices come down (I bought my WRT54G v8 for $50), N will everywhere.

    I completely agree with the EEE stuff. If they had the main model at $300 with a Celeron/4G/7" and the premium model at $400 with a Pentium Dual-Core/8G/10", the things would be as ubiquitous as iPods.
     
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    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Cannonlake

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    Is this expected to be inegtrated into the nex Intel Bearlake mobile to replce PM965 this may? Or will we just add in via USB or express slot. Wich brings me, why not a 2nd express slot since we almost eed 2 again. I myself use the current Verizon PCI-E broadband card and a PCMCIA Audigy 2 ZS but now my new noebook only has the one PCI-E so I will update to the Mobile X-Fi mobile but now what aout broadband cards? Dont some have a USB on side to use that way?
     
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    I like. Any word on the 10GB units price range? And how about the resolution on the 8.9" and 10" screens?
     
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