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Asustek announces the Eee PC 1004DN netbook
Press release; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 1 April 2009]

Asustek Computer has announced the Eee PC 1004DN, the first in the Eee PC range to feature a super-multi optical disc drive (ODD), enabling users to read and write optical discs for data back-ups.

The netbook also features an Express Card slot for expansion capabilities, along with plug-and-play compatibility and auto-configuration access. Asustek's Super Hybrid Engine (SHE) technology provides extended battery life.

The netbook is equipped with a 10-inch LCD display that supports 720p high definition (HD) playback and an Intel Atom N280 processor paired with GN40 chipsets.

Asustek Eee PC 1004DN netbook

Asustek Eee PC 1004DN netbook
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