Asus has quietly unveiled the final specifications of the much awaited EEE PC T101H, a tablet computer from the Taiwanese manufacturer which should appear in UK within the next few weeks.
The T101H is likely to be one of the most disruptive netbooks launched by Asus. It will come with a 3G Module, a digital TV tuner, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi, integrated GPS (yep!) and a webcam.
But, the most notable feature is its touchscreen display, a 10.1-inch LED backlight multi touch model which can be rotated to convert the netbook into a tablet and has a resolution of 1024x600 WSVGA resolution. Note that Asus will be using a resistive rather than a capacitive screen, probably to keep prices low.
The 3.3 pounds T101H will ship with an Atom Z520 processor running at 1.33GHz, 1GB RAM, a 16GB SSD device and a battery that can last up to 5.4 hours. Asus will also provide with 20GB worth of online storage for 18 months.
There are chances that Asus may delay the device until Windows 7 gets released because Windows XP Home wouldn't really cut the mustard.
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No one knows how much the T101H will cost for the time being but one can e3xpect the price to cost at least £500 since the smaller version, the T91 will cost £450. Announced at CES earlier this year, the T101H is set to become the most expensive member of the EEE family when it is released.
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