Asus has announced the release of its EeePad EP101TC tablet devices at the Computex 2010 trade show.
Two versions of the EeePad are planned for release. One features a 10in screen, and is set to run Microsoft's Windows Compact 7 operating system. The other comes with a 12in screen and runs Windows 7 Home Premium.
Both tablets use a non-backlit monochrome LCD display instead of e-ink, and feature a built-in 2-megapixel camera.
Both operating systems are designed to synchronise with corporate e-mail, calendars and contacts and with the Windows 7 Device Stage, which will allow users to transfer data between PCs and other media devices.
The tablets use touchscreens with a specially designed stylus, have a claimed battery life of 10 hours and support microSD cards.
Both tablet versions are set to be available this September.