Asus launches Kid-Friendly Eee PC 1001PQ

ASUS launches a new Eee PC model aimed at pre-adolescents, available in bright colors, coming fully customizable with stickers, and promises all day computing for up to 9 hours battery life.


The seashell-inspired 1001PQ has a sleek curves and smooth lines and is powered by  Intel Atom N450 at 1.66GHz processor. It feature 10.1-inch  LED Backlight  (1024×600) display, up to 2GB DDR2 RAM, 160GB/250GB hard drive option, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, BluetoothV2.1 + EDR, 0.3 megapixel webcam, multi card reader, stereo speakers, 6-cell battery and Windows 7 Starter.

Asus Eee PC 1001PQ

You get a choice of either Flam Purple or Vibrant Gold color scheme and it also comes with stickers to “let pre-adolescents express themselves by customizing their 1001PQ.”

EeePC 1001PQ

The 1001PQand also comes with preteen-friendly Inspirus desktop, an icon-based interface designed to make it easy for pre-adolescents to surf the internet and play games. As well feature a built-in parental controls to keep an eye which websites their children can visit, their email contacts, and the programs they can access.

Asus Eee PC 1001PQ

Unfortunately no details on pricing as yet.

Asus Eee PC 1001PQ purple

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