Asus recently announced the launch of its Eee Tablet PC edition - a digital notebook that offers impressive touch screen and appears as a hybrid of note taker and eBook reader.
Asus Tablet PC includes a 10.1 inch high resolution Stylus based 2450 dpi with resistive touch screen based display, most likely powered by Tegra graphics chipset by NVIDIA, and laced with 3D accelerator. This allows a complete 108 p resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, as in case of the recently launched EE Pad devices by Asus.
Asus claims that the resistive touch screen display gives the user a feeling as if he is writing on paper, allowing him to not only have an electronic notepad, but also an e-reader and a media player.
Powered by ARM processor, the Asus EE comes with a flash memory of 64 GB. It is also equipped with a digital camera of 2.0 mega pixel allowing the user to grab lecture slide screenshots and instantly write notes on them. Additionally, the device's user interface provides tagging support, enabling the user to quickly retrieve and locate information.
The EE tablet PC features integrated WI networking and super fast second page load times and an added micro SD memory support card for expandable flash memory. It also permits easy syncs with a notebook or a PC through USB wired connection port, apart from Micro SD memory card to ensure that all content, calendars and notes are kept up to date.
The EE tablet by Asus also contains integrated GPS support, permitting 3G connectivity with tri-band connection. Boasting a 10 hour extended battery life, the Tablet PC would be available this year in September, coming at a price tag of $ 299 to $ 199 - affordable for those new to the tablet version.
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