The ASUS Eee Pad is one of my personal favourites to dominate the tablet market. Asus is a major player with high quality products in every arena of the computing electronics market. We have seen great high end desktop products from the manufacturer.
The same can be expected from the new Eee Pad, the tablet features a very cleaver design with the detachable keyboard-docking station, which hosts an additional battery and an array of ports for when you actually find the time to be in the office during your busy mid-morning tablet session and coffee.
Being one of the early adopters of the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS makes it a slick little performer. Battery life is reasonable and with the docking station it can provide up to 16hours worth of keyboard joy. The IPS panel is durable and has crisp colour display at a maximum resolution of 1280 x 800 to provide more than enough pixels for high quality video and the best of browsing. The dual-core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor with 1 GB of memory will make sure you do not get bored waiting for the hardware to catch up. Front and rear facing cameras has become the norm, whilst USB2.0 and mini-HDMI provides for external connectivity. The normal SD and memory card facilities ships as a standard. Bluetooth and WiFi enabled leaves you with the oppertunity to add other wireless devices to the Eee pad.
In all, support from Asus has always been good and a solid looking and feeling product is what one would expect from such a world leader.