Asus Eee Pad Slider

ASUS updates Eee Pad Slider to Ice Cream Sandwich

Here's a pleasant surprise: ASUS just sent out a tweet saying that US owners of the Eee Pad Slider SL101 would be getting an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich today. So if you're reading this on a QWERTY-packing ASUS tablet, check your Settings menu for an update and enjoy a tasty software treat, compliments of the manufacturer. The build version is v9.2.1.21.

Asus Eee Pad Slider review via SlashGear

The folks at SlashGear have got their hands on another high-profile Android tablet, this time Asus' multi-talented Eee Pad Slider. The tablet is a lot like its Transformer brother that's been on the market for six months already, except that the Slider model builds the keyboard right into the body. When not in use, the slider's keyboard tucks up underneath it, not unlike a 10-inch version of a QWERTY smartphone.

Asus EEE Pad Slider tablet launching in the UK October 24th

Americans have had access to Asus' EEE Pad Slider with its integrated slide-out keyboard for a while, but come next Monday, Brits can pick one up at their leisure. Asus has announced that the Slider will be available starting at £429.99, or about $680 USD. Retailers PC World and Curry's will be the first to offer the tablet, both online and in-store.

Asus Eee Pad Slider Review Video Up, Straight Out of Italy

Showing the device sitting inside an official Eee Pad protective casing, sliding it out with ease, YouTube user Boux2003 shows off the brand new Asus Eee Pad Slider, the close relative of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, a device that we've had some extensive hands-on and review time with in the past and everyone knows to be one of the top tablets in the market. Our main main in England, mister Chris Davies also had some hands-on time with the Slider as it stood in January of 2011 as well. Now it appears that the device is closer than ever to release as a single review video has popped up.

ASUS EeePad Silder Hits the FCC

We first saw the ASUS EeePad Slider also know as the SL101 back at CES 2011 and I'm sure a few of you were excited with the possibilities of a slider tablet. Back in May it was supposed to hit stores soon but that never happened and we are still waiting for more news. Today it hit the FCC so at least we know it's still on track and on its way.