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E-TV will feature the Eee PC's Linux-based PC functionality and is scheduled to launch in September 2008
Photo: Yen Ting Chen, Digitimes [Jan 31, 2008]

With Eee PC becoming a focus of the PC market, Asustek Computer has announced it is planning to launch a family of Eee products including: E-DT (desktop PC), E-TV and E-Monitor. All the products will have low-cost as their major selling point, according to Jerry Shen, president of Asustek.

The E-TV will compete in the over 42-inch LCD TV market, but will integrate the Linux-based PC functionality of other Eee PC products. Pricing is to be set to no greater than US$200 more than TVs in the same class.

Categories: Displays

Tags: Asustek Display system

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