Asus Eee PC 1015, 1016, 1018 Seashell Series Netbooks readying to ship

In March Asus showed off their 3 new Eee PC’s, the 1015, 1016 and the 1018 and are now getting ready to ship the 1016 and 1018 by end of July with the 1015 following a few weeks behind the duo in the US.

Eee PC 1015:

  • Genuine Windows 7 Starter Express Gate
  • 10.1 LED Backlight WSVGA Screen with a 1014x600px resolution
  • Intel Atom N450 processor
  • 1GB DDR2 SO DIMM memory upgradeable to 2GB
  • 160GB, 250GB and 320GB Hybrid Storage HDD – Includes 6 months unlimited Asus Webstorage
  • 0.3MP webcam
  • Wireless WLAN 802.11B/G/N 2.4GHZ
  • Ethernet Port
  • Bluetooth v21 + EDR
  • HD Sound
  • VGA Connection
  • 3 USB 2.0 ports
  • Headphone and Mic jack
  • Card Reader
  • 6 Cell Lithium-Ion Battery up to 13.5 hours
  • 262x178x23.6~36.4mm Dimension
  • According to description from Asus the 1015 will be available in White, Black and Blue

Eee PC 1016:

  • Genuine Windows 7 Professional
  • 10.1 LED Backlight WSVGA Screen with a 1024x600px resolution
  • Intel Atom N455 processor
  • 2GB DDR3 SO DIMM memory
  • 320GB HDD
  • 0.3MP webcam
  • Wireless WLAN 802.11B/G/N 2.4GHZ
  • Ethernet Port
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • HD Sound
  • VGA Connection
  • 3 USB 2.0 ports
  • Headphone and Mic jack
  • Card Reader
  • 6 Cell Lithium-Ion Battery up to 10 hours
  • 10.31×7.01×0.93~1.43 Dimension
  • Available in Black
  • Price – $499.00

Eee PC 1018:

  • Genuine Windows 7 Starter
  • 10.1 LED Backlight WSVGA Screen with a 1024x600px resolution
  • Intel Atom N455 processor
  • 1GB DDR2 SO-DIMM memory
  • Wireless WLAN 802.11 B/G/N/ 2.4GHz
  • Ethernet port
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • 0.3MP webcam
  • HD Sound
  • VGA Connection
  • 3 USB 3.0 ports
  • Headphone and Mic jack
  • Card Reader
  • 6 Cell Lithium-ion Battery up to 10 hours
  • 10.31×7.01×0.93~1.43 Dimension
  • Price – $429.00

The Eee PC 1016 and 1018 are available for preorder via Excaliberpc.com, while no information as of yet on the Eee PC 1015.

Lee Whittington is a Tech Reporter and a Developer with the TWC Team. He has been writing for TWCN for several years and has also developed several freeware apps for The Windows Club, most of which have been very popular worldwide.