ASUS unveils four new tablet computers at CES 2011

January 6th, 2011 in .News & Events .Video
James Kidder
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Unless you’ve spent the New Year living in a cave, you’re probably aware that the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show kicked off in Las Vegas this week and ASUS opened the proceedings with its annual keynote presentation.

ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih was on hand to unveil a number of new products to the throng of technology journalists and bloggers, and Tech in Style was on hand to capture the event on video.

The theme of the event was “Choice through innovation” and leading the line up of new products are four tablet computers that offer a diverse range of features and functions to suit a variety of users.

You can read more about the Google Android-powered Eee Pad Slider, Eee Pad Transformer and Eee Pad MeMO, plus Eee Slate EP121 with Windows 7, over at the ASUS CES 2011 web site — or watch the CES video for an introduction to each, of course.

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