DigiTimes
reported that ASUS plans to ship 200,000-300,000 Eee PCs by the end of this year
and annual shipments for next year will grow to more than three million units at
least. ASUS plans to introduce
second-generation Eee PCs in April 2008 which will feature Intel’s Merom
processors. The power consumption of the next-generation notebooks will reduce
to 7W TDP, down from 11W TDP adding that it may remove the fan to save more
power and reduce noise.

DigiTimes
reported that ASUS plans to ship 200,000-300,000 Eee PCs by the end of this year
and annual shipments for next year will grow to more than three million units at
least. The first batch of Eee PCs, which will hit the market in the second half
of September, will feature a 4GB SSD and 512MB memory. ASUS plans to introduce
second-generation Eee PCs in April 2008 which will feature Intel’s Merom
processors. The power consumption of the next-generation notebooks will reduce
to 7W TDP, down from 11W TDP adding that it may remove the fan to save more
power and reduce noise. Apart from the ultra low-cost notebook, ASUS stressed
that the company is not ruling out the possibility of introducing a second brand
for its low-end notebook products in the future.