COMPUTEX VIDEO: Asustek Computer has developed a new version of its hit Eee PC and is showing it at Computex 2008, the massive Taiwanese hardware show that saw the launch of the first Eee PC last year. Here's a first look on video.

The Eee PC 901 is based on a 1.6GHz version of Intel's new Atom processor. It has an 8-9in screen, 1GB of memory, a memory-card slot, and will be available with either Windows XP or Linux. The Linux version of the laptop comes with a 20GB solid-state drive (SSD), while the Windows version will ship with a 12GB SSD. Click here for the full news story.

This year's Computex show promises to be one of the most exciting for years, and PC Advisor's dedicated video reporter Martyn Williams is there to capture it all.

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