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Asus eeePad MeMo to ship with Android v3.0

JKKMobile got an early look at the Asus eeePad MeMo on display at CeBIT this week. This 7" Android tablet is going to launch sometime soon, and now we know that it will ship with the latest version of Android, Honeycomb, which has been optimized to work better on tablets. In addition to Honeycomb, this tablet has a 7" capacitive touchscreen, 1,2GHz CPU, USB Host, a microSD card slot, Wifi, Bluetooth, and an optional GSM wireless. Other hardware features include  a gyro, compass accelerometer, light and proximity sensors, and 2 cameras (one with flash). It's supposed to sell for $499, and debut in June. There's a photo of a spec sheet after the break.

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1 Comment on Asus eeePad MeMo to ship with Android v3.0

  1. Ouch. $499 for 7″? At least it has a NookColor-res screen, so that’s something. But still. $399 would be better.

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