In recent weeks, it’s been reported rumors about the possible news that Asus will present at CES 2012. According to these rumors, the Taiwanese company was planning to launch a 7-inch tablet cheap, with a price of about $ 299. For analysts sector would, in particular, an Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Mini 7 inch , to complement the existing 10-inch model. Its smaller size and weight significantly below may assist the user on the move in search of a tablet as “pocket”. Probably, for this version, Asus have created a mini keyboard docking can transform the netbook into a tablet, may be less comfortable than his elder brother.
Alongside the launch of a 7-inch Asus Prime Transformer, Network also makes its way into the news that Asus will lead to a CES 2012 “chatted” refresh Asus Eee Memo Pad . According to rumors, Asus Eee Memo Pad should incorporate a 7-inch capacitive screen (1280×800 pixels), Qualcomm processor Snapdradron dual core 1.2GHz, 16GB to 64GB of flash memory, 3G and WiFi module, and of course the Android operating system. There is also a 3D version.
Among the changes, we also remember Asus Padfone, a device that combines the power of a 4.3-inch Android smartphone with those of a 10-inch tablet. Previewed at Computex 2011, Padfone should officially debut on the market in February 2012, although currently there is no official confirmation on dates.
Could belong to just one of these three devices that we propose today the image preview.
As you can see, the tablet in question is definitely smaller than a 10-inch model, but we can not determine whether this is a version 7-inch (Asus Eee Asus Eee Pad Memo Pad or Prime Transformer 7) or not (Asus Padfone ?). Apparently, the device recalls the lines and the overall design or an Asus Eee Prime Transformer Pad MeMo redesigned compared to the original versions. The display type is glossy (shiny) and the Asus logo is evident on the frame. The operating system is Android.