For those wondering about Asus’s notebook plans for 2010 after the announcement of their scaling back of their Eee PC production, Digitimes gives us a glimpse into Asus’s 2010 notebook lineup:
Asustek Computer plans to introduce three additional business notebook lineups, the B, PL and P series, as well as one series of business all-in-one PCs in 2010, according to the company.
The high-end models will be categorized under the B series, while the mid-range ultra-thin models will be listed under the PL series, and the P series will mainly be entry-level models.
The B series will feature a docking station to provide more functionality as well as unique industrial designs to attract enterprise users, said Asustek.
Asustek will also use its touchscreen-based Eee Top series all-in-one PCs to cut into the enterprise desktop market.
In additional news, Asustek has recently received a two-year purchasing order for its notebooks and Eee PCs worth a total amount of US$350 million from a China-based channel retailer.