ASUS has introduced a fourth tablet to go alongside the recently announced Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and Eee Slate at the Computex 2011.

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With the launch of the iPad about one year ago, Apple created a new market for electronic products: touchscreen tablets. Even if they have enjoyed a significant success and led other manufacturers to start on this niche, touchscreen tablets are still popular only for a small segment of users, mainly for those who want to have fun and enjoy internet access on the go.

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Performance? Keyboard? Expandability? Multi-tasking? Battery life? ASUS took all your needs into consideration seriously, and made efforts on producing the best cloud computing devices possible. In the video below, they don’t show you what the device will look like but just in animation, for those that have been looking for a more office orientated device, it does confirm that it will be a 12″ Windows device capable of running Microsoft Office.

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One more is about to jump into the jungle. Though it won’t confuse you more regarding which tablet you should buy but if the Israeli news paper is to be believed then the yet to be launched EeePad (only three ‘e’ in it) EP90 will be targeting enterprise customers. And, what exactly would enterprise customers want from the EeePad that other tablets aren’t delivering at the moment?

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Many people have been waiting for the ASUS Eee Pads for a long time. If you don’t know, ASUS intents to join the tablets race with Eee Pad and to take out the iPad as the dominant tablet on the market. Anyhow, ASUS Eee Pads have been shown so let’s take a look what ASUS has to offer.

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