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ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC, EP121 and Eee Tablet get official

ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC, EP121 and Eee Tablet get official

Computex 2010 doesn't kick off in earnest until tomorrow, but a few of the big name exhibitors have snuck in ahead with some early press conferences today.  ASUS are first out of the gate with their iPad competition, and they're taking a three-pronged approach: the ASUS Eee Pad will be available in 10-inch (EP101TC) and 12-inch (EP121) variants, and offer Windows Embedded Compact 7 and Windows 7 Home Premium respectively, while the ASUS Eee Tablet is a monochrome digital notebook, packing 2,450dpi touchscreen input sensitivity and targeted at note-takers like students.

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ASUS Eee Top ET2010 multitouch all-in-ones on sale now

ASUS Eee Top ET2010 multitouch all-in-ones on sale now

It's been a little over a month since ASUS made their Eee Top ET2010 range official, and the 20-inch multitouch all-in-ones have finally made it to shelves.  Fresh to the UK today, the ET2010 range consists of two main models, the ET2010PNT and ET2010AGT, each of which has two versions.  The PNT units use Intel's Atom D510 CPU and NVIDIA Ion graphics, while the AGT units get AMD's Athlon II X2 250u and ATI Radeon HD 5470/5471 graphics; all have a 500GB hard-drive, 2GB of RAM and a tray-loading DVD burner.

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ASUS Eee PC T101MT hits US and Europe in April 2010

ASUS Eee PC T101MT hits US and Europe in April 2010

Having teased us with it for over a year, ASUS have finally announced availability for the Eee PC T101MT, their 10.1-inch convertible multitouch-capable netbook.  According to the company's Italian press release, the T101MT will arrive in Europe in April 2010 with a price tag of €499 ($663); however, Lilliputing have also heard from ASUS that the US launch of the tablet will also be in April, with a retail price of $499.

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ASUS Eee PC T101MT gets re-reviewed: improved [Video]

ASUS Eee PC T101MT gets re-reviewed: improved [Video]

It's fair to say the early reviews of the ASUS Eee PC T101MT were disappointing, in no small part because it felt like we'd been waiting a whole long time for the company's latest touchscreen convertible.  According to netbooklive, however, we may all have spoken too soon: turns out that the hardware we've seen so far has been sprinkled with pre-production bugs; they've got a production-ready sample, and the end result is much more impressive.

Video review after the cut

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