Asus Eee PC 4G-X, Windows XP Unboxing Preview

The Bundle and Setup

We're always on the lookout for Asus Eee PC updates and today we've come up with some breaking news for you relative to the Windows XP variant that is due to hit the market in April.  Actually, it's more than just some breaking news; we've got one. 

Though the machine isn't due out until sometime in the next few weeks, we were able to get our hands on a full retail bundle well before they hit store shelves in the US.  The included operating system, software and add-in bundle is really the only thing that differentiates this Eee PC version, versus the Linux-based 4G model that we looked at for you back in November 2007.  Let's take a look at the new offering Asus has in store for consumers with the Asus Eee PC 4G-X Windows XP ultraportable notebook.



The standard assortment of accoutrements is included in the bundle, along with a couple of notable upgrades.  Asus took the initiative to provide an additional 4GB SD card from Adata, a healthy storage expansion for the system.  In addition, an Asus-branded optical mouse was thrown in for good measure. 

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