Asus unveiled the Asus Eee Pad EP121 and Eee Pad EP101TC at the Computex 2010.
The two tablet computers run Windows 7. In contrast to HP, Asus apparently thinks Windows works as Tablet OS.
The 12-inch Asus Eee EP121 is powered by an Intel CULV CPU and is supposed to have a 10 hour battery life.
The 10-inch Asus Eee Pad EP101TC runs on an NVIDIA Tegra SoC and Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7.
According to Hexus the Asus Eee Pads are far from ready. The 12-inch Eee Pad did not boot and the 10-inch is "shockingly buggy".
Photos and hands-on report from the Asus press event are available on Hexus.
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