ASUS has just announced two more tablets with Windows 8 at Computex 2012, the ASUS Tablet 600 and the Tablet 810 model. The latter comes with an unnamed Intel CPU and offers a 11.6 inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Its design may remind you of a bigger Transformer Prime, if you want a comparison.
It’s supposed that the CPU inside is a Medfield and specs should include a 64GB SSD, 2 GB of RAM, two USB 2.0 ports and a 2 megapixel camera at the front, plus an 8MP shooter at the back. The screen on this slate is a Super IPS+ unit and it appears that there’s a Wacom dual digitizer in the mix, that supports both pen and finger input. The keyboard looks very comfortable, as shown in the video and there’s also a touchpad in the mix, that looks very accessible.
The industrial design reminds me of the Transformer Prime and a bit of the Zenbook series. Ports include USB, microSD, headphone jack and a micro HDMI port, but the people doing the showcasing were not sure about the last aspect. The design involves an anodized surface at the bottom of the keyboard.