We have talked several times about the cool Asus Eee Pad Slider. This cool little tablet has the sliding screen that pops up and tilts to let you type on an integrated keyboard. The little keys of the keyboard are the chiclet style that Asus uses on the Eee netbooks. The cool tablet is expected to land in most countries this September, which isn’t too far away at all now. The official page for the tablet has now been added to the Asus website.

With the tablet having crossed the FCC not long ago the official page is one of the last steps before you can go and buy the cool tablet. There are expected to be two versions of the tablet with all the same features and the only difference being the amount of storage. The 32GB tablet will sell for $550 in the US with the 16GB versions going for $400. The official page offers all the hardware specs too, though most of the details are known.

The tablet will use a 10.1-inch LED backlit screen with 1280 x 800 resolution and support for ten touch contacts at once. The processor is the NVIDIA Tegra 2 and the tablet has 1GB of memory. It will have WiFi and Bluetooth inside along with a 5MP rear camera and a 1.2MP front camera. A microSD card slot allows storage expansion. The machine also has a G-sensor, light sensor, gyro, and digital compass. The tablet runs the Android 3.1 OS.

[via Notebookitalia]