Tablet PC enthusiasts in the UK are on a roll right now. Samsung announced the launch of the more up-to-date Galaxy Tab 10.1 in that country and has come out with some more good news. This time, Asus has made it official that they intend to launch their innovative Eee Pad Slider in the UK, though not until August. What’s more, the tablet running Honeycomb will be launched in its 3G avatar while the company’s other Honeycomb offering, the Eee Pad Transformer – featuring a detachable keyboard – will also be made available during the same time with 3G capabilities.
As for its specifications, the Eee Pad Slider impresses with its NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, and a 10.1 inch display having a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The prime USP of the tablet is its unique design that includes a QWERTY keyboard attached to the tablet. The keyboard operates in a slide-out manner so that when the when the keyboard is pulled out, the tablet takes the form of a laptop.
Pricing and exact availability details are not yet available.
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