Powered by an Intel Core 2 ULV and Windows 7, Asus’ unique version of a tablet/slate called Eee Pad is officially unveiled today.
Asus Eee Pad comes in two sorts, the 12-inch model Eee Pad (EP121) and the 10-inch Eee Pad (EP101TC). The first one is more powerful than the latter in terms of specs. Moreover, the 10-inch kid runs Windows Embedded Compact 7.
Minus the keyboard and trackpad, expect the EP121 to work like your regular CULV ultraportable notebook (something similar to the Asus UL20). The only thing differs is that there are options for a hybrid keyboard/docking station.
With just a single recharge, these Eee Pads could run a battery life of about 10 hours.
Really, consumers have reasons to wait for the announcement about Asus Eee Pad’s coming to market.