ASUS announced an onslaught of new products at the Computex show, and their Eee Pad tablet is one of the most exciting. Coming in ten and twelve screen sizes, the Eee Pad runs on Windows 7 and features support for stylus handwriting on its touchscreen. There will be a frontfacing webcam for video conferencing, as well as an iPad-esque wireless keyboard docking station.
ASUS also says that, due to its Intel Core 2 Duo CULV chip, the device can get up to ten hours battery life, an impressive feat — especially with rival HP raising concerns for their Slate tablet over battery life when it comes to Windows 7 as an OS. We’ll let you know more as soon as full specs, pricing, and availability become available.