Asus promised to show the netvertibles at the CES and here they are with the T91 and T101H. The T91 has an 8.9-inch swiveling touchscreen display to transform itself to a tablet netbook. Processing duties are handled by Intel’s Atom Z520 processor, with presumably a gig of RAM and host of other features like GPS, TV Tuner, couple of USB ports and a card reader. T91 will run Windows XP Home edition as the operating system and will be loaded with Asus’ touchscreen software. Coming in March for around $700.
The bigger T101H sports a 10.1-inch touchscreen display and is expected to be cheaper than T91. The tablet will feature an old Atom N270 processor with other usual netbook features, giving away GPS and TV Tuner. It will sell for around $500 when it comes in March.