The Eee Slate EP121, "the world's most powerful tablet." It runs Windows 7. "No compromise. It's a PC, but it's not very PC." It will pack a 12.1″ 1280 x 800 multi-touch IPS display, an Intel Core i5-470UM processor, Windows 7 Home Premium, a 64GB SSD, 4GB of system memory and will be available this month from $999-$1099.
The Eee Pad Transformer is an Android tablet with a keyboard attached. The keyboard acts as a dock and can be removed when unneeded. It packs a 10.1″ 1280 x 800 IPS screen and runs on an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor that is supposedly 2x of the iPad A4′s speed. The Eee Pad Transformer will be available in April for $399-$699.
The Eee Pad MeMO runs Android, with a dual-core Qualcomm processor. It supports pressure-sensitive stylus input, has dual-cameras, and can support 1080p HD playback. It also comes with a 7″ IPS multi-touchscreen with a separate MeMIC media phone extender, and will be available in June from $499-$699.
The Eee Pad Slider is similar to the Transformer, but it packs a smaller keyboard that can’t be detached from the tablet, and slides under it when not in use. It packs a 10.1″ multi-touch display, has dual-cameras, weighs less than 2 pounds and is less than 2/3 of an inch thick. It runs Android Honeycomb on a Tegra 2 processor as well. Talk about power and portability. The Ee Pad Slider will go on sale in May for $499-$799.
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