Pre-Order Asus Eee EP121 with Bluetooth Keyboard

| January 11, 2011 | Reply

This year CES 2011 showcased many tablets that primarily ran the Android OS.  Looking for a portable tablet with versatility and mobility that runs Windows 7?  I think I have found something for you.  Asus has put together a product that gives compatibility allowing the ability to connect to many devices as a standard notebook would.  This device also comes with a complimentary remote bluetooth keyboard.  There are also multiple applications that you can download through Microsoft Touch Pack and ASUS @vibe which will help bring out the best in your Eee. “According to the user manual, you also get a folio/case, power adapter, wiping cloth, recovery DVD, and spare parts for the Wacom stylus in the package.” Could you ask for anything more?

Full Specification of Asus Eee EP121

*Capacitive multi-touch LED-Backlight
HD IPS display (1280×800)
*Windows 7 home Premium (64 bit)
*Intel Core i5-47OUM processor
(1.33 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 1.86GHz)
*64GB/32GB solid state drive
*4GB/2GB system memory
*High-speed wireless N and Bluetooth v3.0
(DLNA certified media sharing)
*Mini HDMI, 4-in-1 card reader, USB 2.0 port,
and 2.0 megapixel webcam
*Web surfing with Flash support

The keyboard in hand is the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, previously referred to by both me and Xavier as possibly the “perfect mobile keyboard”. The line drawing not only matches its shape but also every key marking and the battery indicator. Requirement of two AAA batteries is also the same. The only difference I can see is the lack of Microsoft branding.

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Born In Colorado a former Major League Strength and Conditioning Coach for baseball,  Sean has always been drawn towards technology.   This hobby lead Sean to become a Site Advisor for where he helped develop a dedicated team of moderators and help support staff.  With his knowledge he Co-Created where he too started to build hybrids by manipulating .cod files through java.  Looking to change careers Sean is studying to become Cisco Certified (CCNA) and work his way into the world’s growing network.