Motorola Xoom, soon will no longer be the only Android Honeycomb tablet on the market. Asus will launch its Eee Transformer Pad this week in Taiwan, before starting the worldwide distribution.
Several tablet with touchscreen Android Honeycomb will be sold in the coming months but at the moment, only the tablet Motorola Xoom is actually available. This situation should change soon as the Taiwanese group will launch Asus Eee Transformer Pad with Android 3.0 tablet later this week. However, the initial launch will be confined to the local market, Taiwan, before launching a more extensive distribution worldwide.
With this move, Asus can hope to place themselves on the market before the arrival of many tablet announced in recent months. To differentiate themselves from the “mass” Eee Transformer Pad plays its successful use on a cross, thanks to a dock that has a full keyboard and a battery of self-transforming into a true tablet netbook. The Honeycomb Android device integrates dual-core processor and Nvidia Tegra 2, associated with 16GB or 32GB of internal data storage space.
The digital pad has a range of 8 hours, extendable for another 8 additional hours with his keyboard dock. It has two USB ports and a slot for microSD memory cards. Its price should range from 400 € to 700 €, depending on model and configuration.