ASUS Eee Pad Transformer 3G is expected to release anytime this month in UK and ASUS has the support page up to whet our appetites further. The page doesn’t tell us anything new. The 3G version is similar to the Wi-Fi version and the tab will probably ship with Android 3.1 on board.
To remind you, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101G features a 10.1″ brilliant IPS panel with multi-touch support made from scratch resistant and super tough glass, NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core CPU, HD video playback, Adobe Flash 10.2 support, dual cameras, full QWERTY keyboard with touchpad input with Polaris Office, roughly 14.5 hours long battery life for all day computing with the dock, 3D stereo with SRS premium sound, two USB ports, SD and Micro SD card readers for easy sharing & storage expendability, and 1 year of Unlimited ASUS WebStorage.
Though specs read Android 3.1, we’re hoping the tab will ship with Android 3.2 on board since Eee Pad Transformer is already on it. The 3G model will sell in Europe for 499 Euros (16GB) and 599 Euros (32GB).
Meanwhile, ASUS Eee Pad Slider has also got its official page on ASUS’ website. The tab with built-in slide-out QWERTY keyboard is expected to cost $400 for the 16GB version and $550 for the 32GB version. ASUS Eee Pad Slider is thicker and heavier than the Transformer because of the keypad. It packs a 10.1″ Gorilla glass protected wide viewing angle IPS display, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz CPU, Android 3.1, USB port, microSD card reader, dual cameras, mini-HDMI port, 1 year unlimited ASUS WebStorage, Supreme SRS sound, full QWERTY keyboard with built-in USB port and Polaris Office 3.0 preloaded.
ASUS has promised the Android 3.2 upgrade for the Slider so both devices are great choices. Now if only ASUS would come out with the release date.