IF there is one thing that will definitely stand out at CES 2011, it is a tablet device. ASUS will be the center of attention with four new tablet PCs, each offering something different for its users. 7 inch Eee Memo Pad, designed for handwritten notes with the stylus pen. Transformer Pad 10.1-inch Eee, offering a full notebook capability, thanks to an optional docking device. While the Eee Slate EP121 is a 12.1-inch tablet, which is supported by an Intel Core dual-core i5. However, that really steal the show is a 10.1-inch Eee Pad Slider, which really stands out with the inclusion of a sliding QWERTY keyboard design is unique.
The smallest design is a series of offerings ASUS Eee Memo Pad. With a 7 inch capacitive touch screen, which has a pressure sensitive input, including Media Painter's Note and applications, designed for adaptive handwriting anywhere, using his stylus. Operate on the Android OS 3.0 (Honeycomb), and supported by Qualcomm 8260 processor 1.2 GHz, the memo also equipped with features Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, mini-HDMI port for outputting 1080p video at rates of 30 fps (frames per second), onboard mic, front and rear camera, as well as Micro-SD card slot.
Eee Memo Pad is available starting in June 2011, with bandrol USD 499 to USD 699.
Transformer Pad and Eee Eee Pad Slider
Two other products are sailing a 10.1-inch Eee and Eee Transformer Pad Pad Slider. Both have touch screens IPS, dual-core processor NVIDIA Tegra 2, Wi-Fi b / g / n, Bluetooth, HDMI port, 1.2 megapixel camera front and rear five-megapixel camera, choice of 16 or 32 GB SSD and 512 MB RAM or 1 GB , and both will run on Android 3.0 system.Eee Pad Slider. (Photo: Special) Eee Pad Slider. (Photo: Special)
While both can be used as a touchscreen tablet. Eee Transformer Pad, can be turned into a look of a notebook with an optional way through a portable docking station, which provides a full QWERTY keyboard, extra USB ports, card reader, and long-lasting battery - up from eight hours in tablet mode, to 16 hours when using the docking station. Eee Pad Slider, on the other hand, features a built-in QWERTY keyboard, which slides out from the back of the device, to give the appearance of a notebook when needed.
EEE Transformer Pad is available starting in April 2011, with prices ranging from $ 399 to $ 699. While the Eee Pad Slider available beginning in May 2011, with bandrol start from USD 499 to USD 799.
Eee Slate EP121
Eee Slate EP121. (Photo: Special) Eee Slate EP121. (Photo: Special) In addition to a larger display with touch screen LED-backlit 12.1-inch, 1280 x 800 pixels, the Eee Slate EP121 also has some advantages with an Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, which provides power to run a variety of standard office job, and multimedia applications with Windows 7 Home Premium. A digital capacitive stylus Wacom, is also included as an input device precision and control, while the traditional desktop use is also possible to use an external keyboard, including Bluetooth.
Eee Slate EP121. (Photo: Special) Eee Slate EP121. (Photo: Special) Slate EP121 is also equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 3.0, 2 megapixel camera, two USB ports, a mini-HDMI port and a choice of 32 or 64 GB SSD, which also can be enlarged through SDXC, DDR3 RAM up to 4 GB. The size is 12.28 x 8.15 x 0.66 inches (31.2 x 20.7 x 1.7 cm) and weighs 2.53 lbs (1.14 kg).
ASUS Eee Slate EP121 has been available in the market, the price of USD 999 to USD 1099.