Asustek, the company behind the popular Xandros Linux-powered Asus Eee PC 4G ultramobile PC, knows it's got something good going on, and so it's going to push its Linux desktop PCs for all it's worth.
In 2008, Asustek will be releasing an entire line of Linux-powered PCs: the E-DT (desktop PC), E-TV and E-Monitor.
The E-DT, which we can expect to see by May, at first will use an Intel Celeron processor. The versions after that will use Intel's upcoming Shelton architecture with a Diamondville processor and the 945 graphic chip set. Diamondville is being designed for low-cost laptops, such as Intel's own Classmate PC design.