Sascha of netbooknews.de has managed to get some playtime with ASUS' upcoming Eee PC 1018P during a CeBIT conference and first impressions are real good, calling it "by far the most solid Eee PC I've ever, ever, ever had in my hands and the best keyboard I ever had on an Eee PC".
This is ASUS' first aluminum netbook and it sure looks sweet enough, coming in both silver and black aluminum attire.
The 1018P's internal specs include Intel's Atom newly released N470 CPU (1.83GHz), 2GB of RAM, a 250GB HDD and an option for 3G, whilst the 10-inch screen sticks with a 1024x600 resolution.
ASUS will be shipping the netbook with Windows 7 Home Premium. No word on pricing or availability at the minute.
For a stack more images of the Eee PC 1018P head over to the source.