At CES 2011, ASUS announced three Honeycomb tablets for a 2011 release. These were the Eee Pad Transformer, which is already out, the Eee Pad Slider and the Eee Pad MeMo. Details have been few and far between since then but now at Computex, ASUS has confirmed that the Eee Pad MeMo now sports a 1280x800 glassless 3D IPS display and is called the Eee Pad MeMo 3D.
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Here’s what ASUS had to say: “The ASUS Eee Pad MeMO 3D is designed to be an alternative take on the 10" tablet that is fast becoming a standard size. This portrait-oriented device has a 7" multi-touch screen that can be used in the usual way with Android Honeycomb applications, but there's also the added twist of stylus support, so users can opt for handwriting input and treat the MeMO 3D much like a digital notepad. Productivity is only one area where the Memo 3D scores highly, though. The bundled MeMIC Bluetooth hands-free headset makes it ideal for listening to music and making calls, while flipping the MeMO 3D into landscape turns it into a glasses-free 3D display that adds a new dimension to mobile entertainment. Consumers can enjoy movies, games and photos in 3D, all from the palm of their hand.”
No other specs or details were revealed, but you can be sure we’ll inform you as soon as soon as we hear more.
Published Date: May 30, 2011 09:20 pm | Updated Date: May 30, 2011 09:20 pm