The already desireable Eee Pad Transformer that I had written about earlier here showed up at CeBit wearing a brand new coat of stock Honeycomb, as opposed to the pre-school looking UI that it originally surfaced with. You'll find more info in the link above, but read past the break for a demo video and a repost of the spec sheet.
The Transformer is a 10" tablet that packs a Tegra 2 processor, 512 MB or 1 GB of RAM, front and back camera and all the other bells and whistles of its Honeycomb brethren. Where it gets interesting is the fact that there's an optional keyboard dock with a hinge mechanism that turns the tablet and doubles battery life. There's a keyboard that's probably just a tad wider than the netbook variety, a trackpad and at least one full-sized USB port. No word on price or availability, but while you're waiting, enjoy the video below and check out the spec sheet for more info:
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