ASUS has recently introduced, at COMPUTEX 2011, new mobile devices such as Eee Slate, Eee Pad and recent Eee PC models. They are extending Eee’s portfolio, diversifying the range of options to users. As a single unit cannot meet the requirements of all mobile users, ASUS will launch four different pieces by the end of 2011.
Tablet users who want a compact device for viewing and creating digital content can purchase the two ASUS models announced in early 2011: Eee Pad Transformer TF101 and Eee Pad Slider SL101. Winner of "Best Choice" and "Best Design" at COMPUTEX 2011, Transformer represents a more traditional approach to the concept of tablet, running on Android OS 3.0 ‘Honeycomb‘ 1 and 10.1-inch IPS multi-touch screen. When docking, the device turns into an ultra-portable QWERTY keyboard with 16-hour power autonomy.
Transformer recently runs Android 3.1 – the latest version of Honeycomb, available to users through the update on May 31. FOTA update brings significant improvements in operating experience. The 3.1 version will be an important step forward for the tablet based on Android and ASUS is proud to be a market leader, taking the lead when it comes to providing the best to consumers.
Eee Pad Slider, on the other hand, is a tablet that runs Android 3 and incorporates a QWERTY keyboard behind the 10-inch multi-touch screen.
For users on the move, who are focusing on portability above all, ASUS created Eee Pad MeMO 3D. This 3.0 Android tablet has a 7-inch multi-touch screen which can be used in custom applications using a stylus, becoming a productive tool. MeMIC headsets in the package are perfect for music or phone calls. If turning the MeMO 3D back in "landscape", it will become a 3D display that does not require glasses, adding a new dimension to the tablets.
Launched earlier this year, Eee Slate EP121, with 12-inch screen, is already selling well in USA and Europe. Powered by an Intel Core i5 and running on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Eee Slate is the best tablet available at this time.