8.9″ Eee Pad tablet leaks, Asus wins again.

Okay ASUS, you win. We can’t keep all your leaked Eee Pad prototypes straight anymore. We’re guessing this is some sort of counter-intelligence move you’re making, leaking report after conflicting report of various sizes and operating systems for the things, and now we have word of yet another model joining the hypothetical fray. This one’s supposedly called the EP90, an 8.9-inch tablet with a 1024 x 600 display, storage of 16 or 32GB, a dual-core 1GHz processor paired with Tegra graphics and, apparently, some flavor of Microsoft Windows if reports of it running Office are to be believed. Beyond that, Ynet is also saying there’s a 12-inch tablet model on the way, which either proves the company’s disinformation plot or confirms that the Eee Pad lineup is about to get as confusing as the Eee PC series is today. More Pictures after the break.

Trackback: Engadget / Source: Ynet (translated)

Also, a note from Asus:

ASUS has multiple R&D initiatives in progress, both Android and Windows 7 architecture. ASUS is not about inserting an ineffective/inferior product into the market and is looking at multiple angles of differentiation. You could even say our strategy is instead of a head-on collision, our products will be more “Apples to Oranges” (no pun intended).

By | 2010-10-06T12:40:13+00:00 October 6th, 2010|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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