ASUS EPad Announced

ASUS is following the usual trend and bringing out different versions of the ASUS Eee Pad. This time the product is called the ASUS EPad that’s essentially a cut down version of the Eee Pad. Remember here that the ePad is a tablet device and that the ASUS Eee Tablet is actually an eBook reader with a clever screen if that makes sense.

Back to the ASUS EPad, the device was spotted over at Computex along side the two other Eee Pad models we mentioned earlier this week. This particular model is a 10 inch version that will run Windows 7. It was spotted at the Intel Booth indicating it has an Intel CPU inside.

It isn’t clear at the moment if the EPad will be a real working device, or if ASUS managed to get a prototype working just enough to show off in the Intel booth. We also do not know what Intel CPU is inside this one.

We should get answers soon to exactly what it is and what specs it has, or perhaps a confirmation saying it’s just a demo model based on another device. We’ll let you know if we spot anything around the web about it, or if ASUS announce anything about it.

Via: Geeky Gadgets and Engadget

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