Asus Eee PC 1201N ION- Based Multimedia Netbook official

Asus-Eee-PC-1201NMultimedia-minded consumers who prize the portability of netbooks but lament the typical lack of processing muscle now have a reason to rejoice. ASUS has launched the Eee PC™ 1201N, a multimedia netbook sporting an Intel® Atom™ 330 dual core processor and an NVIDIA® ION™ graphics processor that delivers a level of performance never before seen on netbooks. The stylish Eee PC™ 1201N also offers exceptional typing comfort through a full-sized ergonomic chiclet keyboard, and comes with a total of 750GB hybrid storage to house and host massive multimedia collections.

Faster than Ever Before

The Eee PC™ 1201N marks a radical departure from other netbooks that usually feature single core Atom™ processors. With its Intel® Atom™ 330 dual core processor, NVIDIA ION graphics, and two-DIMM, dual-channel DDR memory architecture, the Eee PC™ 1201N will set new netbook performance benchmarks. More importantly, this combination shatters today’s netbook conventions by delivering a rich multimedia experience.

Asus Eee PC 1201N Multimedia Netbook

A New World of Multimedia Possibilities

The Eee PC™ 1201N features the award-winning NVIDIA® ION™ graphics processor which provides a superior multimedia experience including support for HD video and PC games. NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology further boosts the Eee PC™ 1201N’s ability to work with visual content, accelerating processor-intensive tasks such as video editing and conversion.

The Eee PC™ 1201N also comes preinstalled with ArcSoft SimHD, which upscales standard definition video content to high definition. SimHD, a plug-in for ArcSoft TotalMedia Theater, dramatically enhances the quality of images and supports a wide range of file formats. Users can enjoy a smooth HD video experience on the unit’s 12.1″ high definition screen, or have the option of enjoying full 1080p HD video with true-fidelity 7.1 audio on HDTVs via the built-in HDMI port.

Asus Eee PC 1201N

Rene Haas, general manager for notebook GPUs at NVIDIA said, “The ASUS Eee PC 1201N delivers exceptional performance for a netbook. This ION-powered Eee PC is ideal for anyone who wants a netbook with the ability to watch HD video, share and edit photos, play casual games, and convert video to a portable media player. With the upcoming Flash Player 10.1 from Adobe, it will soon handle streaming HD video as well as a high-end desktop PC.”

Massive Storage for Massive Multimedia Collections

The Eee PC™ 1201N is fully equipped to handle the large amounts of memory that digital media consumes. Boasting a 250GB HDD and 500GB*** of online ASUS WebStorage—a total of 750GB—the Eee PC™ 1201N provides ample storage for users’ movies, music and photos. ASUS WebStorage not only makes it easy for users to share their media with friends and family, it grants them access to free games, desktop wallpapers, and software via a simple drag and drop interface.

Specifications

Eee PC™ 1201N
Display 12.1″ LED-backlit WXGA screen (1366 x 768)
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7
CPU Intel® Atom™ 330 Dual Core processor
NVIDIA® ION™ Graphics
Default Memory DDR2 SO-DIMM 2GB/3GB**
Storage 250GB HDD/320GB + 500GB* ASUS WebStorage
Wireless Data Network 802.11b/g/n @2.4GHz, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR**
Battery Life 5hrs*, 6-Cell 63Wh Li-ion Battery
Multimedia Camera 0.3M Pixels** (with digital zoom function)
Audio Codec Hi-Definition Audio CODEC
Speakers Stereo Speakers
Built-in Mic High Quality Mic
Interface 1 x VGA Port (D-sub 15-pin for external monitor), 1 x HDMI, 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x LAN RJ-45, 2 x Audio Jack (Head Phone / Mic-in), Card Reader: MMC/ SD(SDHC)
Physical Dimensions 296mm (W) x 208mm (D) x 27.3~ 33.3mm (H)
Weight 1.46kg (3.22lbs)
Colors Black, Silver, Blue, Red

Source: Asus

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