More details are surfacing about Asus' upcoming Eee-reader expected out by the end of the year. Most notable are the low price and hinged spine.
When is a tablet not a tablet? When it's the new Asus Eee Tablet ebook reader
Asus is looking to do it again with the Eee Reader, a reported ebook reader that will pack a dizzying array of features at an unbelievable price
Company president Jerry Shen said Asustek plans to launch its reader by the end of 2009 at the earliest.
The Eee PC maker announces a touch-screen, monochrome e-reader with a slim form factor, Wi-Fi connectivity, and optional 3G.
We realize the problem with an operating system installation party is there's nothing to do. We also warn you about the great iPod camera shortage of 2009..if it's real. And we all like the Asus Eee-reader. Too bad that and the glasses-free 3D TV aren't r
We realize the problem with an OS installation party is there's nothing to do. We also warn you about the great iPod camera shortage of 2009. If it's real. And we all like the Asus Eee-reader. Too bad that and the glasses-free 3D TV aren't real... yet.
Asus has unveiled its response to Apple's iPad with a tablet device imaginatively named the Eee Pad.
It wasn't exactly a surprise that Asus announced its latest touch-screen tablet offerings Monday morning at Computex 2010 in Taipei, Taiwan. What was surprising to some is that the company is splitting its slate-style PCs into two distinct brands.
Thanks to its keyboard/dock accessory, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is the Netbook of Honeycomb tablets.