Asus Announces the Eee Pad EP121 Windows 7 and Eee Pad EP101T Windows CE 7 tablets

Slow news day folks, so I’ will post what I think is the most intersting piece of news coming our way today straight from Computex. Asus has officially unveiled two tablet devices , the Asus Eee Pad EP121 running Windows 7 and the Asus Eee Pad EP101TC running Windows CE 7. Both device are sltaes and can be hooked up to a hardware keybord via a nice lookgin dock mechanism (the result will look like a unlt-thin notebook). The EP121 features a 12 inch capacitive screen and Intel’s Core 2 Duo CULV processors the EP101TC has a 10 inch capacitive touchscreen and is powered by nVidia’s Tegra 2 SoC. Both devices feature a usb connector, HDMI output, front facing camera, SD-card slots, sim-card slot and will comme with a Stylus for handwwriting. The EP121 is said to have around 10 hours of battery life and a price range of 399$-499$ but both devices aren’t supposed to be availabe before Q1 2011. Check out the video after the break:

Source: Engadget

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    Why don’t they produce any Android tablet? That would be better.