I almost didn’t believe Liliputing’s post about a 16GB Linux Eee PC 900 hitting the market. I mean why would ASUS update its Eee PC 900 (see review here) when its 901 and 1000H are sporting Intel’s Atom processor? And why would the 900 16GB be $150 less than the original 900 20GB Linux version? But a search of Amazon.com confirms that the Eee PC 900 running Linux will be hitting the market with an Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of space. Best part? It will finally have the $399 price point it should have had from the start. Confused? We sure as hell are. Why is this model with 4GB less space and a faster processor be $150 less than the orginal Eee PC 900 for $549.99? We have contacted ASUS and hope they have an answer on this topic. We want answers!