Asus had something else to showcase at Computex 2010, aside from the Eee Pad, so we’re now acquainted with the Eee Tablet, a digital notebook meant for taking virtual notes thanks to a 2450 dpi touchscreen. The display supports 0.1 second page turns and relies on a TFT-LCD panel with 64 levels of grey. This e-book reader and note taking device supports templates and storing, sorting and tagging notes on the go.
There’s also a microSD card slot on board, a 2 megapixel camera at the back and the ability to sync the device via USB. The battery life is 10 hours, so this means we’re not dealing with an E-Ink-based unit. As far as the 2450 dpi thing is concerned, this is input sensitivity, so you’ll feel like writing on paper once you use this device.
Its display is an 8 inch 1024 x 768 panel, in case you’re wondering.