The Asus Eee Pad EP121 is one of two tablet-style computers Asus introduced at Computex earlier this month. The computer has a 12.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display and an Intel Core 2 Duo CULV processor. It runs Windows 7 Home Premium, and Asus says it can run for up to 10 hours on a battery charge.
The tablet isn’t shipping yet, and I haven’t actually seen it show up anywhere outside of Taiwan yet… until today. Polish web site Chip has posted a hands-0n video that shows off the tablet hardware, including a keyboard attachment that effectively turns the tablet into a standard laptop.
One thing we still haven’t really seen is how well Windows 7 performs on the Eee Pad EP121, but hopefully now that the first demo unit is in the wild it won’t be too long before we start to see some real world impressions of the tablet’s performance.
You can check out the video after the break.
via Eee PC.it
I want to see the EEE pad working =T
Hmm I’m not sure about the reliability, the upper part is too thin to hold the CULV CPU, battery, etc… And this only one source is strange, the NDA is probably global
the guy says, it has 2 ssd drives, one in the lid, one in the body, they automatically synchronize…
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