Asus has confirms pricing for the upcoming pads the EP121 and the EP101TC.
If the iPad was just not for you then there are two upcoming pads that could be the ones you have been looking for, the Asus Eee EP121 and EP101TC Pad. We can thank Jerry Shen ( ASUS CEO) since he has confirmed the pricing for the pads that feature Intel Core 2 Duo ULV processor running Windows 7 Home Premium, keyboard docking station for speedier text-entry, and has a 12-inch display.
The EP101TC did get rid of Windows 7 Embedded Compact in favor of Android 3.0, according to Shen there is going to be a third model in January 2011 that is going to use the Microsoft OS. That will have a 10-inch touchscreen, ARM processors and a price tag between $399 and $499, but lack the EP121′s docking station.
The ASUS Eee Tablet which is a monochrome LCD slate that was created for reading and annotating documents will be available globally in October priced at around $300, considerably cheaper than the $500 tipped recently.
It is going to feature homegrown Linux OS rather than Android, have WiFi, 2 -megapixel camera, touchscreen and audio recording, together with a browser, microSD card (augmenting the 2GB of on-board storage) and a battery good for 10hrs.