AVING USA has posted photos of the upcoming 10.2″ ASUS N10. The N10 breaks from Asustek’s other netbooks such as the 10.2″ Eee PC 1000 series in that it offers more advanced features (not seen in other netbooks, such as a fingerprint reader).
It’s still powered by a 1.6GHz Intel N270 Atom CPU (single core, hyperthreaded), however it has a dedicated graphics chipset – it’s not running off of the normal Intel GMA 950 graphics. Instead it’s got an NVIDIA GeForce 9300GS. Having a dedicated graphics chipset should do wonders to those wanting to run Microsoft Windows Vista on netbooks. On top of that, it’s got an HDMI display port.
AVING mentions that it should be available in Korea sometime this month, and as far as pricing, it’ll definitely be more expensive than the Eee PC offerings.
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