The Asus Eee PC T91, the first touchscreen convertible netbook from the Taiwanese tech giant, will be twisting its way over to the UK within a month, and we now know how much for. Read on for the full scoop.

Although the Asus Eee PC T91 was unveiled back at CES in January, Asus UK has kept quiet about a launch date for the tablet cum netbook, but that’s just changed. The company has confirmed to us that the Asus Eee PC T91 will launch in Blighty in either late May or early June, with an RRP in the region of £449.

The current specs for a UK version of the Asus Eee PC T91 are still to be set in stone, but back in January, Asus claimed the 9-inch number packed in a TV tuner and GPS as well as your standard netbook internals, so we’re hoping both those extras have made the final cut.

Asus let slip that a further announcement on the Asus Eee PC T91 should be coming soon, but if you don’t believe us, the above photo is of an Asus Eee PC T91 sighted right here in the UK!

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  • Faye

    It’s a nice idea, but £450 is too much for an atom powered 9″ netbook… even if the screen is easy to snap off. Probably not hackintosh fare either.

  • personne

    very keen on this form factor, its very natural and useful, though doubt this iteration will be good enough.

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