ASUS is not afraid of diluting their Eee branding with, oh, about a billion different models sporting the name. Today, they introduced a new nettop that sits at the very low end of the segment – with no HD capabilities or anything, this is strictly a browing the web, sending an email kind of computer, not that that’s a bad thing.
Despite its small size, the EeeBox EB1007 offers a lot of ports. There’s six USB2.0 ports, VGA, 10/100 Ethernet, line in and out jacks, an SD card slot and even an eSATA port. In addition, you can expect 802.11n wireless connectivity, 26dB of noise and low power usage. Like the rest of the EeeBoxes, you’ll be able to bolt this directly behind most LCD panels for a “build your own” all-in-one sort of feel. There’s no word yet on how much the EB1007 will cost, but it’s unlikely we’ll see it rise much past $300; otherwise it simply wouldn’t be worth it.