It’s a known fact that Asus also wants a piece of the tablet pie and that they will possibly brand their device with the Eee logo. Now, it turns out that their tablet will be available in Windows versions, with Android OS on board or even Google Chrome OS. This was confirmed by Jonney Shih, chairman of the company, speaking to Forbes.
Apparently, the focus of the Android and Chrome OS tablets will be multimedia features, as claimed by Shih. The same company official mentions that the products will continue in the line of Asus Ebook readers, like the DR-570 and the 9 inch DR-900 model.
Many form factors are also involved and rumours suggest the use of Nvidia Tegra 2 technology.