Asus Eee Pad with 3G
June 23rd, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

One can now think of going online on Asus Eee Pad without connecting to any Internet Router. Yes Asus Eee Pad is going to hit UK market with 3G enabled on it.

Asus Eee Pad is treated to be one of the successful tablets in the market, which was treated to be the most pocket friendly tablets available in the market and it competes with most popular brands in the market in terms of features. Eee Pad transformer is built on Android Honeycomb, the version which is built specifically for tablet devices.

Till now Eee Pad is available only with Wi-Fi capability with multiple storage options, which means one needs to have connection to Wi-Fi internet router to get connected to a network. But soon Asus is planning to release Eee Pad with 3G capability.

3G enabled Eee Pad Transformer will be released in UK by August along with Eee Pad Slider. If one is wondering what the difference between both these tablet devices is, it is the keyboard architecture. Eee Pad Transformer comes with a keyboard dock, which makes the appearance of the tablet a bit bulky. Eee Pad slider has a built in tilt keyboard, which can slide from side.

We need to wait till August to comment on success of the devices otherwise it will be conjuncture at this stage rather than a conclusion.

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