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Asus Eee PC 1215B, Starting @ $380

For those of you who are looking for a quick computer purchase, check out the Asus Eee PC 1215B. This is a 12.1-inch laptop, powered by an AMD Fusion processor and starts at a base price of just $379. The laptop is just a tad pricier than your typical notebook, but has better graphics, higher resolution display, larger keyboard, and ships out with Windows 7 Home Premium.

For a $449 model, users will get a 1.6GHz AMD E-350 dual core processor and Radeon HD 6310 graphics. The base model is a 1GHz AMD C-50 dual core CPU and has Radeon HD 6250 graphics.

iMac, Meet SandyBridge

Apple is refreshing its iMac lineup tomorrow. The new iMacs will have the all new Sandy Bridge Core i5 and Core i7 processors from Intel. An Apple Insider, Kasper Jade said that Apple will release the new iMacs on Tuesday, May third and that the new Apple products will carry the high-speed Thunderbolt port.

The report also stated that the release of an update comes at an “important time for Apple since Macs have seen a decline in shipments.”

Added Privacy To Facebook Sharing?

Facebook has now added one step of privacy to the FB application. Users can now “Send” content to specific groups on Facebook rather than everyone on their friend list. The company explained in a blog post that this will allow users to share specific content without it being seen by undesired parties. Facebook informed the community that the new Send button will be available on 50 partner website including Orbitz.

The company also announced that since its launch six months ago, users have created over 50 million groups on the platform. Facebook also mentioned a deeper integration between Facebook Questions and Facebook Groups–enabling users to ask questions to members of a particular group.

Asus Will Continue Making Windows 7 Tablets

According to PCWorld, Asus will continue building Windows 7 tablets, claiming that Microsoft’s operating system is a worthy opponent to both the iOS and Android operating systems. Asus claims that they get a lot of requests from the consumer and business market for Windows 7 tablets and therefore, they will continue making them to suit the demand.

Product management specialist, Julie Cheng from Asus claims that many customers demand Windows solutions simply because that’s what they are used to and do not feel like learning a new operating system such as Android or iOS. There have also been much speculation that users…