Monday, June 7th 2010

ASUS Readies AMD-based Eee PC 1015T Netbook

ASUS' Eee PC series of netbooks is finally going to get an AMD-based model, the 1015T. This 10.1 inch netbook has a 1024 x 600 pixel screen, and is driven by an AMD V105 single-core processor based on the K8 architecture. The V105 is a 45 nm based processor with 1.20 GHz clock speed, HyperTransport 2 GT/s system interface, 128 KB of L1 and 512 KB of L2 cache, and a TDP of 9W. The processor is accompanied by RS880 chipset, with integrated ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics. The 1015T packs 512 MB of memory, 250 or 320 GB HDD with 500 GB of web-based storage, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 (optional), and a battery with up to 6 hours of operation on a full-charge. There is no word on its pricing.

Source: Engadget
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29 Comments on ASUS Readies AMD-based Eee PC 1015T Netbook

#1
n-ster
Interesting...

My SL9400 + 80gb SSD + 4gb RAM does the job for me though :p Lets say it isn't the same price range or class though xD (580$ + 80$ 4yr warranty)

I wonder though, for light gaming how this netbook would do..... Just pop in a 2gb stick and it should do OK
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#2
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
even my gateway can do most games ran HL2 and such on it just fine
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#3
n-ster
I'm a master at low end hardware lol, I was stuck with either a single core sony with DDR RAM and a T2300 Dell with 1gb of ddr2 and a GMA950.... I'm waiting on parts for my new build. The SL9400 is borrowed from my dad, only use it a bit, I bought it for him after all xD

I could get HL2, Flight Simulator X, Civ IV, F.E.A.R, Rome Total War, games like that work well. Any more and forget it though lol
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#4
bogie
Shame about the screen, if it was 1280 x 768 I might go for one.
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