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Jun
2010



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ASUSEeePadAsus has unveiled its new Apple iPad competitors called Asus Eee Pad. They are slate devices which just look like the famous iPad. They come in two flavours: Eee Pad EP121 and EP101TC. Let’s see some of its features and  how much they will costs!

The new ASUS Eee Pad EP121 has got nothing to envy to the iPad. In fact, its ultra-slim and light design will catch your attention right away! The device is a 12″ tablet powered by a an Intel Core Duo CULV (low voltage) processor. It is 12.2mm thick and weighs 1.48Lbs  or if you like European sizes, 675g. Its operating system is the latest Windows 7 Home Premium. Thanks to the ASUS Eee Pad EP121 you will be able to surf the Internet, check your emails, edit documents and perform all the other things you do with a real computer. To make it a better mobile device, its battery is able to last for 10 hours!

Asus Eee EP101TC features a 10-inch display and runs on Windows Embedded Compact (previously known as Microsoft CE 7). Such OS will be able to “create an engaging user experience and delivers connectivity to the Windows world.  It provides a familiar full-features experience across various connected devices and cloud computing services”.

The new Asus Pad series is expected to be shipped by early 2011. They will cost $499 and $399 respectively.




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3 Comments to “New ASUS Eee Pad EP121 and EP101TC”

  1. D. Finegan Says:

    My desktop hp has been down for 10 days. In the meantime I’ve had to press my ASUS Eee PC into double duty. I’m really impressed with all that it is capable of doing. Had as many as 12 streaming videos (BP oil spill) and reading email, all open & visible. All this while I carry it from room to room. I’ll be interested in what they can do with an iPad-like device. New DIY pc arrives Tuesday. i7 930 to start.

  2. Web Talk Says:

    Hi Dennis! Well, so far we don’t know a lot about it. The device is ready and all but Asus is keeping its features a secret…too scared of competition?

  3. D. Finegan Says:

    How much memory? Speed of CPU? Storage? Looks good though at a good price.


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