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Posted at 12:25 PM ET, 01/ 5/2011

Asus confirms Honeycomb tablets, smartphone

By Hayley Tsukayama

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.

By Hayley Tsukayama  | January 5, 2011; 12:25 PM ET
Categories:  CES 2011, Gadgets  
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