Asus has finally announced its long-awaited tablet, the Eee Pad, after months of speculations, leaks and concepts. The unveiling was made at Computex 2010 and we learn that the company will launch more than one version of the device.


The most appealing unit is the Asus Eee Pad EP121, sporting a 12 inch display, Intel’s Core 2 Duo CULV processor and Windows 7. This tablet’s battery should last 10 hours, making it a pretty good iPad rival. Aside from this version, you’ll also get a 10 inch model, the EP101TC, that runs Windows Embedded Compact 7.

For those of you who miss keyboards and tactile feedback, Asus has prepared a dock/keyboard solution, attached to these tablets. The Eee Pads will also feature USB ports and webcams, but future hands on experiences will tell us more, specially about the mysterious 10 inch model.

[via Tablet News]

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