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ASUS Eee Tablet: a notepad with 2450 dpi touchscreen, 10-hours of battery life
One of the other ASUS marvels to be showcased tomorrow at Computex is ASUS Eee Tablet. Equipped with a very sensitive, 2450 dpi resolution touchscreen, it promises to make you feel as if you were writing on a real paper. Other highlights include built-in 2MP camera, possibility to sync with a desktop PC or notebook via USB or Micro SD as well as up to 10-hours of battery life. According to Asus, in addition to its main function as an electronic notepad, it can also serve as a media player and e-reader.
The Notepad Goes Digital with the Eee Tablet
Innovation meets cloud computing at Computex 2010 with the ASUS Eee Tablet. With a 2450 dpi touch resolution screen, the Eee Tablet is one of the world’s most accurate and sensitive digital note taking devices, and gives the user the feel of writing on paper. Users can select one of the built-in notepad templates and have the option to store, sort and tag, organize or browse through them. Real time text annotations can also be made on-the-fly. The Eee Tablet makes reading easy, with text file page turns taking just 0.1 seconds-nine times faster than the page turns of normal e-readers. Reading documents or books remains easy on the users’ eyes even after prolonged viewing periods.
The ASUS Eee Tablet features a built-in 2 megapixel camera that captures detailed images, letting the user grab screenshots of lecture slides and write notes on them instantly. It easily syncs up with a PC or notebook via USB or Micro SD to ensure that all notes, content, and calendars are constantly kept up-to-date. With up to 10-hours of battery life, the Eee Tablet has enough power for a variety of tasks. At the end of the day, users not only have an electronic notepad, but a media player and e-reader as well.