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Ha! It's the Eee 900HA

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Asus' mix'n'match approach to Eee PC specifications and model numbers continues. A version of the Celeron M-based 900 - with an Atom processor and a hard drive - has popped up on Amazon.com.

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Asus' Eee PC 900HA: now with Atom... now with an HDD

Yes, it's the 900HA - Ha! - a 160GB HDD-equipped alternative to the SSD-bearing 900A, an Atom-based alternative to the Celeron-fitted 900, an 8.9in alternative to the Celeron-sporting 701, a... well, you get the picture.

Amazon.com has the 900HA down for a mere $350 (£199/€252), though the retailer admits the Small, Cheap Computer's not actually out yet. There's no word yet on its official European pricing.

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There's no Linux option, just Windows XP, which is a disappointing statement we're hearing all too often these days. Other specs are just as you'd expect: 1.6GHz Atom N270, 1GB of memory, 8.9in 1024 x 600 display, and a four-cell battery.

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