ASUS has let slip more details about its upcoming CES 2011 tablet range, publishing – and then yanking – a video partially detailing the new Eee Pad EP71, EP101, EP102 and EP121 models. NetbookNews and Notebook Italia grabbed the best bits before the video disappeared; the Eee Pad EP101 and EP102 will each run Android on a 10-inch display, the EP101 having a dockable keyboard while the EP102 has a slide-out keyboard.
The ASUS Eee Pad 121 is the company’s 12-inch Windows 7 model, as detailed last week, running an Intel Core i5 processor along with HDMI and USB ports. Finally, there’s little said about the ASUS Eee Pad EP71, beyond it being a 7-inch notepad-style form-factor, running Android but also shown with a stylus.
ASUS pushed out some teaser photos earlier in the week which showed detailing on some of the new range. It now confirms that the EP101 and EP102 were the two models primarily detailed, but we’ll have to wait until CES 2011 next week for the full news.