Digitimes is reporting that both Acer and ASUS are currently in somewhat of a holding pattern in regards to their new laptops. The report says that both companies are holding off on releasing new laptops until current inventory is depleted, and demand has built up for new models. This would mark somewhat of a new strategy for the companies, which have, in the past, often added new models so quickly that choosing between them could be difficult. Intel is also expected to release the dual core Atom N550 CPU in the third quarter, which would lead us to expect a slew of new netbooks, so we’ll see if the companies can resist kicking out a few new models.
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