Asus Eee PC T101H launching this fall to a world in crisis

As all you hardcore ASUS-heads undoubtedly recall, we got our first fleeting images of the Eee PC T101H way back in January. Now here we are six months later and man, how the world has changed: Jacko's in a better place, there's been a coup in Honduras, civil unrest in Iran, and Lindsay Lohan has started a new line of spray-on suntan. Sensing that the world is ripe for another bombshell, ASUS has finally released the specs on its up-and-coming 10.1-inch resistive touchscreen netvertible. Just like the 8.9-inch T91, the T101H sports an Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz processor, a max 2GB memory and a 16GB SSD. The display supports 1024 x 600 resolution, and the battery boasts up to a 5.4 hour lifespan. According to SlashGear, "wireless options include WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth and a 3G module, together with GPS and digital TV, though it's unclear whether those final three are standard on a single T101H model, or will be spread out among several versions as with the T91." The bad boy is expected to launch by the end of August / early September 2009 in the UK. No word on the OS (Windows 7 doesn't drop until late October, so Windows XP Home is a good guess) or price. Video after the break.

[Via SlashGear]