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COMPUTEX VIDEO: What's next for the Asus Eee PC?

COMPUTEX VIDEO: What's next for the Asus Eee PC?

COMPUTEX VIDEO: Taiwanese hardware maker Asus has seen its name-recognition rocket over the last year since it launched its Eee PC low-cost laptop. The machine kick-started a new segment of the portable computing industry and updated versions were launched this week.

Jerry Shen, CEO of Asustek, sat down with PC Advisor to talk about the Eee products and his plans.

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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