News Bits: Touchscreen Eee PCs, Toshiba Portege M750?, Fujitsu Stylistic ST6010 Spotted

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Asus Adding Touchscreens to Eee PCs

 

Asus has confirmed plans to add touchscreens to certain Eee PC models in Q1 of 2009. No word yet if the touchscreen Eee models will have a tablet form factor or look like the standard netbook. I am very interested in seeing how the touchscreen models will look and if other netbook manufacturers will follow with touchscreen tablet like models. Guess we will see at CES 2009, where Asus plans on showing off these new Eee PCs

Asus executive Samson Hu also announced plans to offer dual-core Atom based Eee PCs as soon as Intel makes the chips available. It seems Asus has some new changes in store for the Eee line-up.

Via DigiTimes

Toshiba Portege M750 Tablet PC?

 

A new Toshiba tablet has been spotted, the M750. The only thing is the M750 is available only on Toshiba’s Canadian website. There is no word of it in the U.S. yet. It looks to be an updated model to the business featured Portege M700. The Portege M750 seems to be very similar to the M700 just with an updated processor and graphics. The M750 will now be sporting an Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.4GHz processor and Intel GMA X4500 graphics. We will have to wait and see if it makes it to the U.S.

Check out Toshiba Canada for full specs

Via GottaBeMobile

Fujitsu Stylistic ST6010 Spotted at the FCC

 

A few weeks ago we brought you news of the new Stylistic ST6012 slate tablet that was released on Fujitsu-Siemens’ website. Looks like the U.S. version was spotted on the FCC’s website and is being called the Stylistic ST6010. The FCC has posted the ST6010 user manual and tons of pictures. Now, we just have to wait to get the concrete information on specs, release date and pricing.

Via GottaBeMobile

 

 

 

 

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