If you’re heading down to Taiwan for Computex Taipei 2010, then be sure you make a beeline for the Asus booth with their new Tegra-powered Eee Pad which will be manufactured by Pegatron Technology. Sources that supply the Internet with rumors point towards a price point that won’t surpass $500. Well, whatever it is, we hope that there will be a decent back end to support the system as value is in the software. After all, there are more than enough examples lying around in the industry that point towards that direction, and having just fantastic hardware alone these days isn’t going to cut the mustard.
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