The Asus Eee PC netbook is largely marketed as a secondary computer for web surfing on the go, but people are really starting to demand a more powerful machine in the same small form factor.
Addressing this growing demand, Asus has declared that it will definitely be bringing dedicated graphics to select Eee PC units. Yes, discrete graphics in an Eee. Naturally, the hardware that hits the budget end of the spectrum will stick to integrated graphics, but higher-end units could be getting some real GPUs.
Does this violate the original purpose of the Asus Eee PC or does it simply expand its potential footprint in the marketplace? Seeing how Dell has a 12-inch netbook, the lines are certainly getting blurred.