Other than the UX21 ultra thin notebook, Asus also announced at the Computex 2011 its Eee PC X101 netbook that runs the MeeGo OS. The X101 is powered by an Intel Atom N435 Oak Trail processor with intgrated GMA 600 graphics chip. It has a 10.1-inch 1034×600 display with a webcam on top of it.

The Eee PC X101 supports WiFi and has near full-sized keyboard, stereo speaker, two USB ports, dual microphone array and headphone jack. The netbook can be equipped with both SSD and hard drive. It is also available with Windows 7.

Asus Eee PC X101 will start from $199.

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