Published on 5th January 2011 by
Originally Posted by Claave
Transformer, and two cameras: a 1.2meagpixels in the front and a 5megapixel camera on the back. The only storage options listed are either a 16GB or 32GB SSD - there's not the 64GB option of the Transformer, but there is the option of 3G. Its 10.1in screen is again an IPS panel with a resolution of 1,280 x 800 and capacitive touch technology.
Asus claims the price is between $499 and$799 (depending on the options) and it should be available in May, slightly after the [url=2]Transformer.
Originally Posted by eddtoxMassively disappointed about the EP121! The two things that interested me about it were the dock which converted it into a full-fledged laptop and the 8-hour battery life, and it seems they've axed both. It is now just another overpriced slate which will spend most of its time plugged in.
Originally Posted by HandMadeAndroidlolz it's an APad
Originally Posted by kenco_ukAsus EEE PC's - good, honest PC's from that place next t'bakery on t'hill.
Originally Posted by Snipslol, fanboi alert hey Nexxo "Another underjuiced bloated Windows tablet. DÃ©jÃ Fail."
Originally Posted by NexxoWhat? Is there something about Android that cannot make it handle a keyboard? A word processor? A CLI?
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