CES 2011

hasn't even officially started yet, but the Android tablet news has. This afternoon ASUS officially announced a series of
Eee Tablets

, including three pretty unique Android offerings. The Eee Pad MeMO is a 7 incher running on a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8260 Snapdragon processor, sports a capacitive stylus (and bundled with apps that use it), with front and rear cameras -- expect it in June starting at $499. The Eee Pad Transformer has a 10.1-inch IPS display, houses a Tegra 2 chip, has dual cameras, and a unique docking station that incorporates a full qwerty keyboard -- expected in April starting at $399. And finally, the Eee Pad Slider has the same 10.1- inch IPS display, also runs on a Tegra 2 with dual cameras and HDMI out, and has a sliding qwerty keyboard attached -- it arrives in May and starts at $499. All three of the new Eee tablets will be running Honeycomb, which ASUS has dubbed as Android 3.0.

This is just the tip of the iceberg folks. We're on the floor at CES; expect to be inundated with Android goodness as CES rolls onwards. The full press release from ASUS (with device specs) is after the break. [


ASUS unveils a trio of Android tablets

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