Earlier this month, an older ASUS netbook, the 8.9-inch Eee PC 900A, was spotted at Best Buy for under $300, the least expensive Eee PC to date.company expects to grab a 30% share in the netbook market in 2009 – shipments of 6-7.5 million units out of an estimated 2009 netbook market scale of 20-25 million units. company has adjusted its mid-range and entry-level Eee PC’s pricing and market position, and expects to launch an Eee PC priced at US$200 in 2009.
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Windows XP now dominates Eee PC shipments, enjoying a 7:3 lead over Linux
Asus hopes to grab a 30 percent share in the netbook market in 2009, shipping from 6 to 7.5 million units out of an overall market estimated at 20-25 million
Netbooks with hard drives are the mainstream specification, accounting for 70 percent of shipments