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    ASUS going all out with Eee products

    Following the success of its popular Eee PC Notebook, ASUS reveals plans for an Eee Desktop, an Eee Television and an Eee Monitor.
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    Re: ASUS going all out with Eee products

    The monitor and TV are interesting products, especially if you could combine them with a MythTV or MediaPortal type server setup.

    The integrated computer modules might be low cost, but I really do hope they have some HiDef acceleration.

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    Re: ASUS going all out with Eee products

    Er.. 42" for 200 dollar only? typo?
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    Re: ASUS going all out with Eee products

    $200 is the additional cost of the computer module I believe (from reading about this on other sites). Badly worded in that write up.

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