It’s been a while since we’ve last seen a tablet netbook from Asus, but thanks to the FCC division we’re finally getting a chance to see their new and latest swivel-enabled ultra-portable mate, the Eee PC T101MT, which crams a 10.1-inch 1024 x 768 resistive multitouch display along with 160GB or 320GB capacities at your choice, 1.6GHz Atom N450 CPU, Windows 7, up to 2GB of RAM, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 connection, 0.3 mp webcam and a battery that can deliver up to 6.5 hours of work time. Ports list includes a VGA output, SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader, three USB hubs and Ethernet jack, tucked into black or white body flavors. Still no world about price or availability but be sure we’re here to update as soon as they come. Meanwhile, hit the jump to see some video tutorials.
Update1: We’ve added yet another hands-on video to ease your decisions whether to get Asus’ latest greatest Eee PC T101MT Tablet or just move forward to some other versions available in the market. To recall, it’s a resistive screen which seems to have pretentious becoming a capacitive one (video courtesy of Netbooked).
Update2: And just in case you were looking for the real-deal and had some hopes to catch up with a retail version demo, that would ease your decisions whether buying one or not, checkout the second video in the pile (courtesy of Netbooklive.net), and see this quick preview mode.
Update3: Asus now says the T101MT is set to go live in Europe in April 2010, priced at €499 (about $660), while a US debut is rumored to take place next month as well with prices standing at $499 for the same exact specs.