Asus EeePad Memo 7-inch NVIDIA Quad Core 3D Tablet Announced – CES 2012
Asus announced its plans to take on Amazon’s Kindle Fire with a quad-core Android tablet at CES 2012.
At yesterday’s NVIDIA press conference at CES, Asus took the stage to talk about using NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 mobile processors in its latest fleet of tablets.
ASUS CEO, Jerry Shen, took the opportunity to show off their brand new 7-inch tablet named EeePad Memo – that’s “MEE-moh” and not Mem-oh apparently.
Shen, a chap that has been credited with creating the netbook and transformable tablet forms as well as the modern motherboard market revealed a sample of the Asus EeePad Memo.
The 7 inch, 16:9 widescreen tablet includes a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, the “best” tablet camera, runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and will pump out glassesless 3D!
Not only that – the Asus EeePad Memo will be released at a “magical” price. That magical price is a pocket-friendly $249 (€194).
Expect to see the Asus EeePad Memo in the stores before June this year.
Fans of Asus’s Tegra 3-powered Transformer Prime tablet will be thrilled to know that the 10-inch device will have an Android 4 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”) update pushed out beginning Wednesday