ASUS EeePad EP90 Tablet Pops Up In The Wild With Tegra 2 Inside


 

Remember this Asus Eeepad tablet lineup we’ve seen in Computex? Well folks, ​It looks like it’s going to take an 8.9-inch 1024×600 display, paired with a dual-core 1GHz processor and a Tegra 2 graphics to bring this one about. Though still unofficial, this 650g of sleek and sturdy body weight – supposedly called EeePad EP90 – is likely to house either 16 or 32GB of storage, while battery is said to deliver up to 6 hours of work. Other than that, and without knowing any price or availability details, it is not possible to say much more, but in general (whether it’d run Windows or Android platforms), you’ll probably get everything you expected, including an integrated webcam, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, SD card reader, HDMI output and one single USB port. At this point we are still looking for a confirmation from the Taiwanese, and hope to stop back very soon and report.

[YNet]
 

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  • Julian

    An 8.9 inch tablet is to small!!! I’m disappointed!!! A tablet should be at least 10inch to be used as an efficient business solution not for games and other stupid stuff. I want to be able to read clearly, to present to others my work and proposals, to read email without problems, even to work on documents wherever I’m at one moment. A tablet is a business tool not a stupid entertainment ….

  • Jason

    Some would say a 10-inch tablet isn’t the most comfortable size to take on the go. For that reason, Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab is going to boast a 7-inch display, while Apple’s next iPad version is also rumored to endorse the same screen-size platform. You see, it’s much more efficient for handling media consuming and other portable software (i.e GPS, video calls, internet surfing, music, etc).

  • Jason

    Some would say a 10-inch tablet isn’t the most comfortable size to take on the go. For that reason, Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab is going to boast a 7-inch display, while Apple’s next iPad version is also rumored to endorse the same screen-size platform. You see, it’s much more efficient for handling media consuming and other portable software (i.e GPS, video calls, internet surfing, music, etc).

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