Vendor to focus on just three main models after July

Asus to phase out majority of Eee SKUs

Asus has confirmed that by July, it will have thinned the number of SKUs in its Eee PC range to just three.

Speaking to the Register at the launch of its latest device, Asus’ netbook marketing manager John Swatton, he confirmed that the vendor was planning to clear out the number of SKUs in the UK channel.

The move will leave its Seashell (1008HA), 1005 and an as-of-yet-unlaunched 1000 series netbook available. All will come with Windows XP pre-installed and feature ten-inch screens and 160GB hard drives.

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