Howard Technology Solutions (News
) is offering its ASUS EEE PC with the Windows XP operating system. A compact system weighing about two pounds, it is ideal for people on the go that want a more compact, lightweight computing solution. It is incorporated with features such as an Intel (News
and chip-set, 512MB of memory, WLAN, a built-in camera, a 10/100 Ethernet port, and more.
ASUS is company which provides 3C total solutions (computing, communications, and consumer electronics) and Howard is a technology provider in power products and also distributes products for education, government, health care, business and personal use.
"This is an exciting and innovative mobility product, and we are pleased to be the first to offer Microsoft (News
) Windows XP Professional on this platform. Our customers will now have the choice of using the lower cost Linux operating system or the more familiar Windows XP operating system," said Tim Beech, Technical Marketing Manager for Howard Technology Solutions, in a press release. "This is the system of choice for users who want the mobility of a small, light notebook with a much lower price than comparably-sized notebooks on the market today."
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