ASUS was the first to launch a popular netbook in the Eee PC and today at CES they announced several exciting new products that should continue their popularity in the netbook/tablet market. Three of their four new devices are powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and should be out in the next few months while another is a Windows 7 tablet device.
Here is a quick tale of the tape for these four new devices:
- Eee Pad MeMO: A 7 inch Snapdragon-based Android 3.0 tablet device. Priced at $499 to $699 with June availability.
- Eee Pad Transformer: A 10.1 inch, NVIDIA Tegra 2-powered Android 3.0 device with QWERTY keyboard docking station. Priced at $399 to $699 with April availability.
- Eee Pad Slider: Another 10.1 inch, NVIDIA Tegra 2-powered Android 3.0 device with integrated sliding keyboard. Priced at $499 to $799 with May availability.
- Eee Slate EP121: A Windows 7 Home Premium device with 12.1 inch display, Intel Core i5 processor, and 64GB SSD drive. Priced at $999 to $1099 with January availability.
Make sure to check out Laptop Magazine for a detailed breakdown of each of these devices.