ASUS finally unveiled its new Eee Pad MeMO 3D tablet at Computex, the tablet was first shown up at CES 2011 back in January and by now the Company has added some more features to it, especially a Glasses-Free 3D capability. ASUS has become more aggressive on the tablet market recently, especially since the Company released its first Android Honeycomb tablet – ASUS Eee Pad Transformer.
The ASUS Eee Pad MeMO is an 7 inch Tablet featuring IPS-LCD Display with a parallax-barrier 3D overlay that doesn’t require glasses. ASUS Promises that It will retain the same wide viewing angles that is used to with IPS-LCD screens. The Display has 600×1024 pixels of resolution, a a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm 8260 chipset and Android Honeycomb on board.
The Tablet also features 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and 1MP front cam, the Camera is expected to be able to shoot full 1080p HD video, an HDMI Port for watching videos on big Screen. The Device has a capacitive stylus like Flyer’s. The Tablet is expected to have the Media Note and Painter apps to take a good use of it.
Interestingly ASUS will also bundle a small handset along with the Tablet Eee Pad MeMO, dubbed MeMic (pronounced Me-mike) is rally useful for people who don’t want to answer call on Tablet and MeMike is a Bluetooth enable Handset so you can connect the tablet via Bluetooth that makes it a user-friendly.
When the Tablet was first unveiled at CES in January the device was priced at $499-$699 with an expected release in June. ASUS is expected to keep the promise with 3D Version too.