Following the success of the original Eee PC, Asus officially expanded
the lineup by introducing no fewer than three new Eee PC subnotebooks
at COMPUTEX Taipei 2008. They held an official launch event on the
afternoon of June 3, 2008, introducing the world to a new generation of
Eee PCs, all of which are bigger, badder, and more powerful than ever.
They also appear to be much more energy efficient, because Asus has
managed to bump the battery life up to nearly the eight hour range by
using something called the Super Hybrid Engine. You'll be hard-pressed
to get that kind of life out of a full-sized notebook. I guess the Eee
PC is pretty green.