We've been talking about the EeePC T101MT for a while now. With a choice of Windows 7 Starter or Home Premium, the device features a 10.1-inch touchscreen display that swivels around to convert the netbook into a tablet.
The device packs Intel's Atom N450 CPU (1.66GHz) and and GMA 3150 graphics. There's the option for up to 2GB of DDR2, as well as a 320GB HDD, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, 3 x USB 2.0 and an SDHC card reader.
Priced at $499, the device is in a similar price range as the Windows 7 version of the HP Slate PC and Apple's iPad.
To make a good tablet.. you need to make a cool rotating screen netbook?
No one see the fun in this?
Charlie bit my finga! again!
A swivel hinge that is the first thing to break
is on this
I almost expected Asus to whip off the keyboard and stick the screen in its place, but hey ho, I can see millions of former netbook users buying this instead of the iPad
and i got a acer aspire with touchscreen because the T91 didn't pan out at all and now they go and release a 10.1 tablet.....
wtf.... now i feel cheated since I don't game that much with that 4570 aside from pissing off ppl during MW2's launch in class...
Also, I'm entirely not interested in trying to run Windows 7 on a single core CPU with crappy Intel integrated graphics and only 1 GB of ram.
And basically you don't need much more power than what is offered by these things to do that.
If you want/need to do more the netbook market is not what you are looking for. Move along (but don't expect the prices to remain the same).