In addition to the more multimedia oriented Eee Pad, Asus also brings the Eee Tablet that combines a notepad and e-book reader, to the Computex 2010. The new device features a 2450dpi input sensitivity touchscreen, making it one of the world’s most accurate and sensitive digital note taking device offering users the feel of writing on paper.
The Eee Tablet makes reading easy, with text file page turns taking just 0.1 seconds and comes with built-in notepad templates. It also supports real time text annotation. The tablet has a 2 Megapixel camera and a microSD card slot and uses USB interface for syncing. It offers 10 hours of battery life.
We can expect the Asus Eee Tablet in September with a price tag of $199-$299. See the video preview at engadget.