Finally, the super-cheap, Linux-powered 9-inch version of the Asus Eee PC has been revealed at the CeBIT exhibition in Hanover, Germany. Dubbed the Eee PC 900, it utilizes an identical body as that found on previous models, but uses an expanded 8.9 inch display in place of the older 7-inch.

This has been accomplished by replacing the large, black speakers which previously flanked the screen with thinner and less unsightly models. It is currently unknown as to whether the resolution has been improved from the standard 800×480 pixel resolution, but the option of 1GB of RAM and a solid-state hard drive with up to 12GB of storage is a welcome addition to the system.