Asus’ pre-Computex press conference also revealed an Eee Tablet, which is a bit different than the Eee Pads we saw earlier today. The Eee Tablet is more of an e-book reader with excellent note taking abilities. In fact, with 2450dpi touch resolution screen, Asus claims it to be one of the world’s most accurate and sensitive digital note taking devices that gives a feeling to write on a real piece of paper.
Users can take down notes quickly with the built-in notepad templates or click pictures on the 2 megapixel camera and annotate the image. Furthermore, the tablet will sync the data with the PC to ensure safety of data. The Eee Tablet has a USB port, microSD card slot, multimedia player and a 10-hour battery life.