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ASUS UK reveals specs of Eee PC T101 tablet

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Thu July 9, 2009

ASUS reveals T101 specs

ASUS UK has confirmed final specs of the Eee PC T101H netbook tablet, first introduced at this year's CES show, according to a recent ASUSTablet report. The T101H is a larger version of the recently released T91, with a 10.1-inch screen instead of an 8.9-inch display and a corresponding increase in keyboard size as well. That screen will be LED-backlit and support multi-touch inputs, with ASUS promising it will be compatible with native touch support found in Windows 7.

Processing power will come from Intel's 1.33GHz Atom CPU, paired with 1GB of RAM, and support for 2GB. Storage space will come from a 16GB SSD drive and an included SD memory card. ASUS will offer 20GB of online storage space free of charge for 18 months, with a monthly fee applied afterwards.

Built-in features will include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G data network access and a digital TV tuner. A 0.3-megapixel camera is integrated too, with system weight said to be 3.3lbs. A polymer battery is said to provide 5.4 hours of runtime. When it ships at an unspecified date in black or silver, the T101H will include Windows 7 out of the box. Pricing is similarly unknown.



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