Asus who pioneered netbooks now enters tablet arena with Eee Pad EP90

Asus who pioneered netbooks now enters tablet arena with Eee Pad EP90
Asus isn’t new with mini computing devices, well, this is vast majority of their products tagged with “Eee” on its moniker. Now as the age of netbooks degrades and yes, we welcome “tablets” (silly iPad!) –the company is under pressure of taking the dagger back, “if you can beat them, join them” with its new tablet called Asus Eee Pad EP90.

Eee Pad EP90 is powered by a nVidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor running at 1GHz utilizing Windows 7 operating system. EP90 also boasts a 8.9-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels, 16GB or 32GB optional hard drive, a slot for SD, SDHC/MMC memory cards, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G and its battery life can last close to 6 hours.
There’s no details on its availability and pricing as we speak, but yet, we’ll keep you updated.

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