DigiTimes now has word from Asustek vice president Jerry Shen that Asus intends to launch four of those notebooks in July. The four systems should be priced at $249, $299, $399, and $549, omitting the cheapest $199 model. According to DigiTimes, sales of low-cost notebooks based on the Classmate PC platform should total "several hundred thousand to one million units" this year. Next year, the site expects classmate PC-based notebook sales to amount to 10 million units. Asustek's share of that market is "likely" to range from 30-50% by then, too.