ASUS Eee Pad Slider coming to Malaysia

Posted:  August 29, 2011   By:    4 comments   

ASUS Malaysia has announced via Facebook that the Eee Pad Slider is coming to Malaysia. This is the 2nd Eee Pad series of honeycomb tablets to enter the country after the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. No launch dates and pricing have been revealed so far.

Based on earlier specs, the Eee Pad Slider is powered with a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM and choices of 16GB or 32GB storage options. Screenwise, it has an identical 10.1″ WSVGA (1280×800) IPS. In terms of connectivity, it has a mini USB port, 1x Audio Jack, micro SD card reader, a docking port and a mini HDMI out.

We wonder which version ASUS Malaysia decides to bring in and for how much? In the earlier announcement, it was said to be priced between US$499 – US$799.

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4 Comments for ASUS Eee Pad Slider coming to Malaysia


Prefers the Transformer's concept than this. Also, more interested in the 7" MemoPad with its accompanying BlueTooth transparent phonesubset. Don't seems to be getting any news of this device since its news release.

But as Tegra-3 are coming out, more than likely be getting the Transformer 2 (hopefully with the Tegra-3, processor) and ICS or at least HoneyComb 3.2.

We waited for the EP121 too, for out kids' college use, but it never arrived. Some of us bought the Transformer (1) instead. Sometimes wonder just what Asus marketing strategies are!

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The slider works for a phone but for a tablet, I think its too much. The transformer lets you detach the keyboard for portability but I can only imagine the slider is so much heavier to carry around.

Why don't they make smaller version like 7-8 inch?


Does it have 3G?