I was a little confused at first too, but then I got round to reading abut Asus’ latest in a long line of miniature laptops, or netbooks and such.
When it comes to the issue being about the EEEPad/PC, the construction of this laptop comes with a bit of a twist.
The name of the EEE Pad/PC Transformer is somewhat revealing as this device can easily be turned from a netbook into a tablet.
With an easily detachable keyboard, mousepad, and whatever else you may find on the “bottom” of your laptop, Asus’ EEE Pad/PC becomes one of the most fashionable of gadgets and takes on some of the world’s best products in this niche.
The design that Asus put into their EEE Pad/PC Transformer isn’t really something to write home about but the capabilities of this tablet/netbook may even capture the attention of your parents.
Screen duties are dropped onto a 10.1 inch IPS LCD panel that has LED backlighting, multi-touch support (up to 10 touches at the same time) and the solid construction of scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.
The most important detail of this particular screen is its high resolution of 1280×800 which, much like the rest of the Asus EEEPad/PC is as good as current technologies allow.
Also on top its game is the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system and the rest of its sensors. Ranging from G-sensors and light sensors all the way to GPS the Asus EEEPad has it all.
Despite all the technology that went into it, the enhanced connectivity and such, Asus claims that their battery setup can be even more impressive than the rest of the hardware of this tablet/netbook.
9.5 hours of lifetime are set to be achievable on the tablet alone and up to 16 hours when you use the special docking system.
Now that we know that you want one of these Asus EEEPad/PCs we need to clarify if you can afford it.
Put simply, we don’t know any pricing yet but rumors within retail networks are suggesting that the tablet and netbook combo could be available for as little as 400 euros.