Saturday, June 18, 2011

Eee Pad, netbook tablet

The explosion of netbooks, small laptops at reasonable prices, put ASUS between the most successful component manufacturers. The arrival of the tablets has relegated these devices to the background. However, ASUS believes both formats can coexist and complement each other. Eee Pad is a mixture of both.

The core is a tablet with 10-inch display, NVIDIA Tegra 2, dual core, front and rear camera, ie most of the characteristics of high-end tablet. Including the increasingly heavy 680 grams. The keyboard is a supplement that is so important as aparante screen. When connected via a plug at the bottom of the tablet, set of hinges can open and close like a small laptop.

The great advantage, and write more easily, the battery life is extended. At nine hours of battery life the unit will add 7 more. The operating system works is that Android 3.0, and allows updating, no computer needed nothing more to 3.1 first start and connect to a wifi network. Currently there is no 3G.

Unlike the iPhone, the market leader to beat, can expand the memory with a microSD card or load Flash content. The partnership between ASUS and NVIDIA chip maker includes a commitment to provide the gaming device that will bring out the potential of the processor.

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