Eee Slate EP121 released: a powerful new Windows 7 tablet
By Max Clarke
ASUS have today announced the launch of the Eee Slate EP121 – a tablet computer which combines the freedom of a tablet with the functionality of a notebook.
Following the successes of Apple’s iPad, a number of tablet computers have been announced or released since the 2011 Consumer Electronics Fair in Las Vegas, prompting commentators to label 2011 http://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/business_advice.php?AID=7619 " rel="nofollow">‘the year of the tablet’.
With Windows 7 Home Premium and a range of input options including a Bluetooth keyboard and Wacom Digitaliser, the Slate is an intuitive, easy-to-use option for a range of uses from home...
...entertainment to learning in the classroom, through to working on the move to presenting at the office.
The Eee Slate EP121 is also the first tablet to feature a full-power Dual Core Intel Core i processor, providing a wealth of power and performance to ensure a smooth, responsive environment for the multi-tasking users who demand it.
The Eee Slate EP121 offers three ways in which data can be inputted into the device:
Bluetooth Keyboard: Using the bundled Bluetooth keyboard, users can easily input large quantities of text with speed, ease and comfort over long period of use. The slate boasts Bluetooth 3.0 technology ensuring a smooth, uninterrupted typing experience.
Stylus: When out and about, the active stylus accessory with Wacom Digitiser will make a lighter option to travel with whilst still providing a high level of precision, thanks to the intelligent palm rejection function to improve accuracy. What’s more, built-in pressure recognition technology makes the stylus a particularly useful tool for creating graphics and artwork, and those in the design industry or even just those with a creative bug, will appreciate the pre-loaded Art Rage graphics application.
Fingertip: With a multi-touch screen, fingertips can be used to pinch,... continued on page two >