The Taiwanese company has shown a wide range of Tablet at CES 2011, some of which are advanced by rumors and advertisements to raise people’s curiosity, such as Asus Eee Slate EP121.
The tablet media have often been criticized for the lack of a physical keyboard that makes this device very comfortable in the reproduction of digital content but limited use in other activities. Asus has attempted to offer more comfort to its customers by launching an innovative device, a tablet that can transform into a netbook. Here’s Asus Eee Pad Slider.
During CES 2011, we had the opportunity to touch and test the new Eee Pad, noting some interesting features and some convincing solutions. Asus Eee Pad Slider has a dual core processor Nvidia Tegra 2, 1 GHz, a screen 10 inch capacitive touch screen with good viewing angles, and a custom user interface from Asus on this all new Asus Eee tablet The Pad real difference that this digital pad away from other products is undoubtedly the inclusion of a QWERTY keyboard, scroll, hidden behind the display.
To remove it, just challenge the edge of the screen and pull down. The keyboard, as well, appears in the display at a slight angle, so as to allow comfortable typing. To hide the keyboard (and then close the device) is necessary to pull back the rear edge of the LCD panel.
Asus Eee Pad Slider is surprisingly thin when compared with standard tablets in circulation, despite incorporating a keyboard. Its weight, however, should exceed that of its competitors. Asus Eee Slider Pad is expected in May for a price between Rs. 22,679/- and Rs. 36,226/-