It looks like Intel is getting ready to launch its own Eee PC competitor. Technically, Intel got its Classmate PC to market before Asus released the Eee PC, but the Classmate was designed primarily for developing nations and I'm not sure you were ever able to walk into a store and buy it. Rather, the Classmate PC was marketed at governments, school districts, and the like.

The rumored Intel Netbook on the other hand, looks like it could be designed as a consumer device. Tech Corner snapped a few shots of what may be a prototype of the Netbook. It looks similar to the Classmate PC, but the trackpad is square rather than round. Here are the specs, although there's a pretty decent chance we could see some changes before this guy hits the market:

  • 9-inch screen
  • 900MHz Celeron processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 40GB HD
  • WiFi/Ethernet
  • Windows XP
The Netbook will reportedly run about $400 and could be available in June.

[via Gizmodo]


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