Asus stellt Eee Pad´s vor: Slider, Transformer und MeMO

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Asus hat auf der Pressekonferenz nun offiziell die neuen Android Tablets vorgestellt. Alle laufen unter Honeycomb.

Das Transformer ist im normalen Tablet Design, mit einer andockbaren Tastatur.
Das Slider besitzt eine aufschiebbare Tastatur. Beide haben ein 10 Zoll WSVGA Screen und haben Tegra 2.

Akkulaufzeit bis zu 16H

ASUS Eee Pad Slider and Transformer are here for those that can't imagine using a tablet without a physical keyboard -- Engadget

Das Eee Pad MeMO ist ein 7 Zoll großes Tablet, was auch mit Stift bedient werden kann. Es gibt extra Applikationen, für die Stiftbenutzung. Basiert auf einen Dual Core Snapdragon

ASUS Eee Pad MeMO tablet takes a pen out of the Courier's book -- Engadget

Finde alle Top!


Ambitioniertes Mitglied
Hier die Pressemitteilung zu den Tablets mit den technischen Daten(das zum 1000$+ Win Gerät hab ich weggelassen)

ASUS Tablet Computers — Providing Choice through

Innovation at CES 2011

-- Chairman Jonney Shih unveils a new range of innovative tablet computers that provide
a wide selection of choices for consumers and businesses alike --

Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas, NA (January 4, 2011) — ASUS today announced four new tablet computers designed for a wide range of users and applications — The Eee Pad Slider, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad MeMO and Eee Slate EP121. The new models are available with three screen sizes, and a choice of either Windows® 7 Home Premium or Google Android® operating systems for the ultimate in mobile flexibility and productivity.

Choice is essential when selecting innovative and technologically advanced personal computer devices. When it comes to tablets, there is a clear need for devices than can deliver a full multimedia experience with HD video, broad connectivity options and even gaming plus the broadest range of media compatibility with standards like Adobe Flash, all in a compact device. In short, there is demand for tablets that enable users to both consume and create content to help whether it is for learning, work or play. This is what the new ASUS Eee Pad and Eee Slate computer range showcased at CES 2011 delivers, choice through innovation.

ASUS Eee Pad Slider
Mobile users who want the best of both tablet and traditional notebook worlds will be well served by the Eee Pad Slider. This pad computer not only features a 10.1” IPS touch-screen for finger-friendly use, but also a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for comfortable, use-anywhere typing. It is powered by the NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2, the world’s most advanced mobile processor with a dual-core CPU and NVIDIA® GeForce® GPU for never-before-seen experiences on a mobile device.

Built-in digital cameras on the front (1.2MP) and rear (5MP) of the Slider allow for easy video chat and digital photography while the Android® 3.0 operating system makes sharing photos by internet, email and social media sites a breeze. The intuitive interface provides user-friendly control via the capacitive touch-screen and optional onboard 3G allows for go-anywhere internet access, making the Slider the ideal device for mobile professionals with work-oriented needs.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
With a slim lightweight design and 10.1” capacitive touch-screen, the versatile Eee Pad Transformer is the perfect pad computer for people who want to enjoy multimedia on the move, but still wish to have easy access to the web, email and other productivity applications. A custom user interface provides easy access to the many features of the Android® 3.0 operating system, while the NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2 chipset provides full support for Adobe Flash, smooth HD video conferencing and playback, a lightning fast web experience and incredible mobile gaming performance.

An optional docking station turns the Transformer into a full-fledged notebook with a QWERTY keyboard for desktop use, while extending battery life up to 16 hours. As with the Slider, front (1.2MP) and rear (5MP) digital cameras make for easy video chat and digital photography, while a built-in mini-HDMI port makes for easy connections to external displays showing off full 1080p HD video playback.

The Eee Pad MeMO provides the ultimate in mobile flexibility. Its 7.1” capacitive touch-screen makes it small enough to slip into a jacket pocket, yet still perfect for taking handwritten notes using the supplied stylus pen. The Android® 3.0 operating system offers a wide range of productivity and entertainment software, while a Micro HDMI port means the MeMO can even connect to an external display for full 1080p HD video playback.
Quelle: Asus stellt vier Tablets ab 399 US-Dollar vor - 05.01.2011 - ComputerBase ASUS unveils a trio of Android tablets | Android Central

Finde alle 3 sehr interresant.

E: Hier noch die Preise:
Transformer: 399-699$
Slider: 499-799$
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