In case you hadn’t noticed, the Asus Eee Pad MeMo has been delayed. Asus first introduced the 7 inch Android tablet in January, and promised it would ship in June. That hasn’t happened yet, and now it looks like the tablet might not go on sale this year… or at all.
Initially, Asus was positioning the MeMo as a 7 inch device that would run Google Android 3.x Honeycomb and come with a pressure-sensitive stylus for taking notes or drawing. It would also come with a Bluetooth headset called the MeMIC.
Then a few months ago the company apparently decided that wasn’t enough and added a glasses-free 3D screen to the mix.
But now Dutch site Tablets Magazine has received word from Asus that the tablet may never be released — and if it is released, it won’t come out until 2012. It’s possible the delay will only be in the Netherlands, and that the tablet could launch elsewhere in the world this fall. But I’m not holding going to hold my breath waiting for this mythical Android tablet with a hodge-podge of features tacked on.