Today, ASUS unveiled a bunch of new tablets at the ongoing CES 2011. In all ASUS announced 4 new tablets, of which 3 are based on Android. The three new Android based tablets from ASUS are the Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and the Eee Pad MeMo.
The Eee Pad MeMo has a 7-inch screen (1024×600 resolution) and is powered by a dual core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualacomm. The back of the tablet sports a 5MP camera with a LED flash while there is a 1.3MP camera in the front for all your video chatting needs. ASUS has also bundled a capacitive stylus with the Eee Pad MeMo. The Eee Pad will run on Android 3.0 when launched in June. The tablet will be priced from $499.
The other two Android 3.0 based tablets Eee Pad Transformer and Eee Pad Slider. The former has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard while the latter has a dock (or a detachable keyboard, whatever you prefer to call it) which has a full size keyboard and number pad. Both the tablets are powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 processors and have a 10.1-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1280×800.
The tablets also sport a mini-HDMI port, a microUSB port, Bluetooth 2.1, a 5MP camera at the back and a 1.3MP front cam along with a microSD card slot.
The dock’ for the Eee Pad Transformer also has an inbuilt battery which will help the tablet provide a battery life of nearly 16 hours. The Eee Pad Slider will hit the stores sometime in May and will cost in the $500-$800 range. The Transformer will launch in April and will cost around $400-$700.
Along with the trio of Android 3.0 tablets, ASUS also announced a 12-inch Windows based tablet. The ASUS Eee Slate EP121 tablet is powered by a Core i5-470M processor, 64GB SSD, and up to 4GB of RAM. The 12.1-inch IPS display has a Wacom digitizer, thus allowing users to draw portraits and take notes with the included stylus.
The usual Wi-Fi, mini-HDMI port, microSD card slot, microUSB port and dual-cameras are also present. The EP121 tablet should be out sometime later this month for a whopping $1000.