Expect to see a flood of info about new tablet/slate devices over the next 24 hours; see the article link below for overviews of the other three new Asus devices
Eee Slate, $999 to $1,099, available in January. "It's a PC but not really a PC," said Jonney Shih, chairman of Asus. "No compromise, the most powerful tablet in the world." The tablet runs Windows 7 Home premium, has 65 gigabytes of solid state memory, 1080p high-def video, Intel Core processor, and up to 16 hours of battery life. It supports Flash and has a Bluetooth wireless keyboard that works with it. It can recognize handwriting with a stylus. While it supports multitouch, it was interesting that Asus only used the stylus during the on-sage demo of this device. In the demo, the company showed a high-def video running in the background while editing a photo in Photoshop.