One of the last companies to announce its Brazos powered netbooks/ultra slim notebooks is Asus and although the company was late, it has as of today added two new models with AMD's E-350 and C-50 dual core processors to its Eee PC range. The models are the Eee PC 1015B and 1215B where the 1015B is a 10-inch model and the 1215B is a 12-inch model.

One of the last companies to announce its Brazos powered netbooks/ultra slim notebooks is Asus and although the company was late, it has as of today added two new models with AMD's E-350 and C-50 dual core processors to its Eee PC range. The models are the Eee PC 1015B and 1215B where the 1015B is a 10-inch model and the 1215B is a 12-inch model.

The Eee PC 1015B is of course the model with the dual core 1GHz C-50 processor and it's based on Asus' traditional Eee PC design. Optionally Asus will offer the 1015B with a single core C-30 APU, but it won't be available in all markets. The Eee PC 1215B on the other hand comes with a 1.6GHz dual core E-350 APU as standard and is based on Asus' larger 12-inch Eee PC chassis which so far have been limited to a couple of models combining Atom processors and Nvidia ION graphics. Again, Asus will offer the 1215B with the option of a C-50 or C-30 APU, but as previously, only in some markets.

Common features between the two models include HDMI output, USB 3.0 connectivity (an optional feature available only on some SKUs), Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi as well as a built in webcam with a manual iris shutter. Asus claims up to 8.5h battery life for both models which seems to be pretty much on par with many of its Atom powered Eee PC models, although not quite as good as the most power frugal models we've seen. No word on pricing or availability of either model as yet, but we'd expect them to be priced competitively.