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September 25, 2009

Asus Eee PC MK90 pink and blue Disney netbooks launched

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by Darren Allan

Asus has rolled out a new Disney themed netbook, the Eee PC MK90.

The idea is that it’s targeted at younger children as a friendly first computer, complete with a Disney themed desktop and browser, alongside built-in Web filters designed to keep kids safer online.

The netbook is spill proof and knock resistant, so it will be able to take the punishment when it’s showered with fizzy drinks and/or dropped down a slide.

It comes in a choice of two colours, pink for girls and blue for boys.

As for the specs, it’s an 8.9 inch netbook powered by an Intel Atom N270 with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard disk.

Oh, and apparently it has a webcam shaped like a certain famous mouse. And no, we’re not taking the Mickey.

And the price for all this gaudily coloured netbook magic? £299. Either that or you can wish upon a star and hope the fairies deposit one under your pillow.

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