Teaser Week: A never-before seen ASUS Tablet

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A never-before seen ASUS Tablet

Gentle edges, complementary tones, and a little bump with a clip.  ASUS Design Team also clearly has their fingerprint on this one.

ASUS Design

ASUS Design Team-Designed. Lots of designing then!

Subtle tones and a bump

Subtle tones and a bump

A clip on a tablet?

A clip? What for?

We’ll reveal more next week at the ASUS Computex press conference on 30th May, so drop back then!

Let us know your guesses and thoughts in the comments below.

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  • http://twitter.com/stoxback Kevin Stock

    Tablet that docks INSIDE a larger monitor that can be docked with a keyboard ala A500….COOL!

  • Top Gear

     Looks beautiful, at least from these pics. I’m guessing it’s a smaller tablet, which doesn’t mess with my plans to get a Transformer.

  • Anonymous

    A tablet powered by a phone.

    The phone is a house for the “engine”. When docked in a large screen then we have a tablet. if you want to talk, just remove the phone. Brilliant!!!!!!!

    If it come with HDMI and bluetooth, then you can connect to a monitor, and keyboard/mouse, mirror the UI, and, voilá, we have a desktop.

    Desktops, netbooks and notebooks: R.I.P.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sooprazn George Fusatani Daley

     I hope it doesn’t use cheaply painted plastic. Those buttons and such on older ASUS devices wear out so quickly, and hopefully the high-gloss plastic I see isn’t that soft stuff either that scratches extremely easily.

  • Anonymous

    I think rather a range of product that would work on Android with a main module using technologies MODU. This module would be the core of each product.

    Sorry I’m French !

  • http://twitter.com/cloudsmesh Vishal

    As always,design seems good.

    Ai-inner circle member,WEPC.com 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1343961977 Auninda Saleque

    if i am not wrong and asus plays right, then this device may become a threat to galaxy s2

  • http://twitter.com/tofuninja Harry Wang

    so wait.. am i supposed to wait until after may 30th to decide whether or not to purchase the not-currently-in-stores asus transformer from bestbuy.com? all this tablet talk is stressing out my wallet. it’s like the money’s already gone, but to what, it has no idea yet.

  • Anonymous

    Grab the Transformer! You won’t be disappointed. ASUS will be announcing it but likely not launching until refined. Computex is always about announcements :)

  • Trent Campbell

    Somebody has finally decided to have a docakble phone inside a larger tablet. The Motorola Atrix without a viewable docking station that sticks out the back, You finally just get to slide yur phone inside the tablet and away you go. With a blue tooth headset you have your phone and a dockable keyboard like the Transformer makes this the ultimate enterprise tablet. Take the phone out and slide it in your pocket and the screen is left in the bag. 

  • http://twitter.com/JDWN1976 Joe DaWulf Noir

    Wulf Excited Howla!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cameron-Hickmon/100000059968543 Cameron Hickmon

    Tablets are cool and handy the apps on a tablet are very useful, but cant replace a PC. The next wave is here and the bottom tier still have it’s spot thanks Apple and Android. Asus and other tech companies are moving us farther along thanks to Intel, Nvidia, Qualcom and the mobile chip manufactures for leading the way to make it possible for us to have our PC’s in pure tablet form. I’m waiting for the next evolution of tablet’s in PC form.