Asus officially adds three new models to its Eee PC lineup, including the Seashell 1015, the all new Eee PC Diary 1016 and the ultra slim premium Eee PC Prime 1018P.
As the latest addition to Asus’ Eee PC Seashell series, the 1015 is slim and stylish and has a new screw-less design for sleek exterior. It offers up to 14 hours of battery life, thanks to Asus’ Super Hybrid Engine.
Asus brings to the CeBit 2010 the all new Eee PC Diary series, which is designed specifically for mobile professionals who are looking for a reliable and long-lasting ultraportable. As the first Diary model, the 1016 has a brushed aluminium case.
Lastly, the Eee PC Prime 1018P is the company’s thinnest Eee PC netbook ever produced. It is just 18mm thick and features an aluminium case. It features a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display, low-profile keyboard with chiclet keys, fingerprint reader and USB 3.0 port. It comes four colors.