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Asus PadFone is a tablet with a smartphone tucked away inside

You know that smartphone/tablet combination device Asus has been teasing us with for the past few days? The company is set to officially announce it tomorrow, but a series of pictures has leaked out in advance of the press conference giving a much better idea of how the whole thing works. Apparently what we have […]

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Hands-on with the Asus Eee Pad Transformer (with detachable keyboard)

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is one of four new tablets Asus introduced this week. Like the Eee Pad Slider, this model features a high resolution 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 pixel IPS capacitive touchscreen display, a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and a custom user interface designed to run on top of Android […]

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Asus to launch tablets with 7 to 12 inch screens next year?

We’ve known for a while that Asus is working on multiple tablet devices, but if the information DigiTimes is reporting is correct, we had no idea just how many tablets Asus had in the works. That’s a reasonably sized “if.” The site does have a history of misquoting company execs or presenting rumors as fact. […]

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Good news, bad news: Android Eee Pad to cost $399, ship in March

The Asus Eee Pad  EP101TC is a 10 inch tablet that Asus plans to launch as a competitor to the Apple iPad. While we’d heard reports last month that Asus had dropped plans to ship the tablet with Windows Embedded Compact 7 and instead use Google Android, PC World reports that Asus will actually launch […]

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Asus drops Windows CE tablet dreams, enter the Asus Android tablet

When Asus officially announced plans for its upcoming Eee Pad tablets, the company said there would be a 12 inch tablet running Windows 7 called the Eee Pad EP121, and 10 inch model called the Eee PC EP101 which would run Windows Embedded Compact 7, or the next version of Windows CE. But today Netbook […]

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Asus launches Eee Pad tablets and Eee Tablet note-taking thingie

So what’s the difference between an Eee Pad and Eee Tablet? About $200. Asus officially unveiled its first set of touchscreen tablets that will ship sans keyboard today, and the company is taking two different approaches. The Asus Eee Pad will run Windows 7 and sport an Intel CULV processor, while the Eee Tablet is […]