ASUS Unveil MeMo Glasses-Free 3D Tablet

The ASUS MeMo is a glasses-free 3D tablet. It was first unveiled at CES earlier this year and once again, has been put on display over at Computex.

The difference between the CES model and the Computex model is that the new version now has 3D. It uses a 7 inch screen that has a resolution of 1280 x 600 pixels. The display also uses IPS technology that provides a wide viewing angle.

ASUS have given the MeMo a full name now which is the ASUS EEE Pad MeMo 3D. Other technical specs on the tablet include a Qualcomm 1.2GHz processor and the ability to connect up a 1080 screen via the mini HDMI connector. The MeMo outputs in 1080. On the back of the device is a camera that can capture at 5 megapixels. This is also capable of autofocus. A webcam is also included with the tablet.

The operating system running on the MeMo will be Android 3.0 Honeycomb (one of the first 7 inch tablets to run it). The device can also be used as a phone via a MeMic bluetooth headset.

Unfortunately we don’t have the release date or pricing for the device, but expect it over the next few months with perhaps December being the latest. We’ll keep an eye out for more details.


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