The Asus Eee Pad MeMo could very well be the next big thing in the world of tablet news, but it seems that it might not be the case after all, especially when there has been a delay accompanied by a June shipping date promise. What was originally introduced in January early this year has failed to yield any fruit, so it does seem as though the Asus Eee Pad MeMo will not see the light of day this year – or even in the next.

No idea on what is behind the hold back or apparent cancellation, but we do hope that Asus would at least step forward to inform the masses as to the reasons so that we need not play the guessing game at all. Just what was the MeMo supposed to carry? Read on about it in the extended post.

Well, this 7″ device is said to be powered by Google’s Android 3.x Honeycomb operating system, sporting a pressure-sensitive stylus that would come in handy for note taking sessions or even cobbling your own digital artwork.

Not only that, the Asus Eee Pad MeMo is said to ship with a Bluetooth headset known as the MeMIC. Asus got even more ambitious and declared a glasses-free 3D display into the tablet, making it sound far too good to be true – which might eventually lead to too high an ambition to be realized.

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