After the launch of the iPad in Germany, are now first specifications of the ASUS Eee Pad models have become known. So shall the Tablet PC Eee Pad EP121 with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor CULV, a 12-inch multi-touch display and Windows 7 are augeliefert. The surface seems to be a natural development from ASUS, which apps are still supplied remains unclear.
The ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC is ultra-slim, lightweight device, do not be stingy with the computing power that is at least see the press release. Two versions are Auswahl.Das Eee Pad EP121 is based on an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and CULV has a touch screen with a size of 12 inches. As operating system Windows 7 Home Premium acts. In addition to a virtual keyboard, the pad should be optional docking station including a physical keyboard aside. The pad or tablet intended primarily to surf the Internet, watch videos and other multimedia services to serve – as an e-book reader makes it usable. The battery life of the pad is huge with 10 hours.
The smaller version, the Eee Pad EP101T based on the Windows Embedded Compact 7 software that was developed for micro-computer. The display is only 10 inches tall, which is roughly equivalent to the dimensions of the iPad. The device is 12.2 mm thick and weighs just 675 grams, making it easy to transport. The pad is integrated into the services of the existing Windows infrastructure and has also has access to Asus Cloud services.
Another product introduced before the Asus Eee Tablet. This is an 8-inch touch-sensitive display (1024 x 768 pixels equipped), with writing on the screen is as accurate, as writing on paper. The Eingabesensitivät is, according to this press release is 2540 pixels. Target audience will probably be primarily students, with the help of this digital notepad and a stylus can easily and quickly record their thoughts and taking notes. For snapshots of presentations in the Tablet has integrated a 2 megapixel camera that can be stored on a microSD card.
When the tablet is at what price, will be available remains unclear.