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Asus SL101 EeePad Slider 15 September 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.

Upon arriving on the market for touch pads, Asus had promised to stand out.

The EeePad Transformer immediately set the scene, with its optional keyboard that doubles the autonomy and change the product in hybrid netbook touch the future with IPS.

With the Slider EeePad, Asus pushes the concept of tablet hybrid even further by offering an Android Honeycomb shelf with a sliding physical keyboard. No drastic change for the rest, it is primarily a base EeePad Transformer 10.1-inch (25 cm diagonal screen) on which is grafted directly to a keyboard.

As the first tablet Asus, the embedded processor is one of two Nvidia Tegra, dual-cores and 1 GHz, coupled to a RAM 1 GB.

The capacitive touch screen adopts an IPS panel that promises more of the viewing angles very open, and the basic keyboard that integrates all electronics and home to the connector: mini-HDMI output, USB 2.0, microSD slot for memory expansion additional maximum of 32 GB, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and proprietary

[via tabletmax]



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