What better occasion to reveal the very first Asus tablet, than Computex 2010? Asus Eee Pad is now official, with more than one versions detailed by the company. The most interesting one is certainly the 12 inch EP121, packing Intel’s Core 2 Duo CULV processor, Windows 7 and a battery that should provide 10 hours of operating time.

This surely sounds like a netbook without a keyboard, which is maybe the reason why Asus is also preparing a “hybrid” dock/keyboard solution for extra tactile feedback for the user’s typing. The Eee Pad will also feature an integrated webcam and USB port(s).

There’s also a 10 inch model prepared, the EP101TC, with less known specs, but Windows Embedded Compact 7 as the OS of choice. This unit is the one pictured below. What do you say? Just another iPad rival, or a product that stands out from the crowd?

[via Engadget]