The Asus Eee line started with some of the first netbooks out there and rapidly produced a booming trend for small-form computers for people that need portability more than computing power. So now at the brink of the tablet revolution Asus is yet to release a tablet. At least we got ourselves some official shots of the unit and it's looking quite interesting.
There's little to nothing available on the official specs, but if you take a look at the videos below from CES, you'll see the EP101TC 10" Android tablet hardware rundown. The second video is of the 12" Windows 7 model, but it's interesting to look at the keyboard dock that turns it into a netbook. From the shots and the videos it looks like the tablet itself is decently sized, but with the keyboard it's pretty chunky and not the most portable thing around. But if you're looking for a tablet with an 'integrated' keyboard that'll detach for couch surfing, you might just have that here. Let's just hope the keyboard dock has a second battery too and in typical Asus fashion the battery life will be ridiculous (in a positive way). Said press shots here.
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