Monday, August 1, 2011

Asus Eee formalizes Pad Slider

Asus, which has a small success with the Eee Pad Turn, has announced the Slider. Fairly close to the first, she swapped the keyboard for a detachable keyboard that slides under the shelf, hence the name. Android 3.1 (Asus promises an updated version 3.2), the tablet is animated - as often - a Tegra chip 2.

It was always an IPS screen (pledge of wide viewing angle), a USB port, a mini HDMI output and a microSD card reader. The screen is "Gorilla Glass" and Asus has included two cameras on the device: one with a 5-megapixel sensor and the other with a 1.2 megapixel sensor. Both models are expected in September, with 16 and 32 GB of memory, and a 3G version is in principle in 2012.

Asus plays on the fact that his tablets have a keyboard - which is usually optional on competing tablets - to stand out in the tablets Android, and obviously it works.

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