What you see in the video above is actually another tablet device from Asus, although this one seems to be under the prototype category. Not only is it rather svelte (which is extremely appealing these days), it is also a prototype that seems to work pretty well with Windows 7 as the operating system of choice. The folks over at the Intel booth did mention that it is a prototype and could very well be a predecessor of the 12″ Eee Pad, although there might be some hearts out there who wish that Asus would just throw caution to the wind and make a real model out of all their prototypes. Have you wondered what the capabilities of such a device can yield if it features the Oak Trail platform by next year?
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