Asus confirms Honeycomb tablets, smartphone
After tons of teasing, Asus has confirmed that two of its tablets will be running Android's Honeycomb.
As PC Mag reported from a press conference Tuesday, the Taiwan-based company showed off four devices: the Eee Pad Transformer, the Eee Pad Slider, the Eee Slate and the Eee Pad MeMO.
The Transformer and Slider are Android tablets. The Transformer is a 10.1-inch tablet with a dock that can connect to a keyboard to change it into a laptop-like device. The Slider, also 10.1 inches, has a slide-out keyboard to do the same.
The MeMO is 7 inches and will also run Android Honeycomb. It has dual cameras, an optional Bluetooth MeMic phone extender, and a stylus and pressure-sensitive screen, combining the functionality of a smartphone and a tablet.
The Slate is a 12.1-inch Windows-based tablet with an Intel i5 processor.
| January 5, 2011; 12:25 PM ET
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