ASUS has just unveiled its latest addition to the existing line of portable devices. This time it is a tablet called the ASUS Eee Note EA800, which unlike the recently released LG E-Note tablet will be targeted to people who are a lot into sketching and recoding voice on the move. The device supports up to 256 different levels of pressure applied with a stylus / pen and draws lines with appropriate weights respectively. The ASUS sketch tablet also has some other interesting features.
The ASUS Eee Note EA800 tablet is powered by Linux operating system and features 8.75 inch mono anti-glare screen that supports resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. The ASUS sketch tablet has internal memory of 4GB but since it has a microSD card slot, you will have the option to expand its storage up to 16GB. The device also has a 2.0 mega pixel camera and despite being a sketch tablet, it can even play music files and display images of a variety of supported formats including JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG etc. The device will also serve well as an E-Book reader as it supports digital book format as well as PDF books.
The ASUS Eee Note EA800 will most probably be released publically in Q1 2011 and the price will be about £251 or roughly $400.