ASUS show-off its new range of laptops and other gear at Computex
ASUS has introduced a myriad of mobile and home computing devices including the Eee Videophone Touch SV1T, EeeTop PC ET20/22 and Eee PC Seashell 1101HA .
First up is the Eee Videophone Touch AiGuru SV1T, which is designed to provide users with the ability of doing video conferences without the hassle of complicated operating procedures. As a standalone communications device equipped with 7-inch touchscreen and an easy-to-use icon-based interface, it allows users to make unlimited Skype®video calls to other users through a built-in webcam, speaker and microphone.
Next is the EeeTop PC ET20/22 features an EeeCam, which allows users to take pictures of themselves or conduct video conferencing with family or friends. The Eee Memo feature allows users to leave digital notes for their friends and family members via handwriting recognition or conventional keyboard input. It also allows users to email and print notes, as well as record voice and video messages. There is also FotoFun, which allows users to create personal albums in minutes by arranging and previewing their photographs in the folder. Users can upload photos to their blog in just a few simple clicks. Embedded speakers, augmented by SRS Premium Sound, provide high fidelity audio reproduction, while a flushed Full HD display enhanced by Eee Splendid Video Intelligence Technology and a discrete graphics solution provide a cinematic experience. It also has Blu-ray Disc playback capabilities, as well as HDMI and S/PDIF connectivity.
Finally, there is Eee PC Seashell range of mobile Internet devices that feature opalescent glossy, scratch-proof exteriors available in range of colours. Sister to the 1005HA and 1008HA, the Eee PC 1101HA features an 11.6-inch high definition widescreen LED-backlit display for multimedia enjoyment. It also comes equipped with 160GB of hard disk storage, as well as an additional 10GB of online Eee Storage, exclusive to Eee PC users. The Eee PC Seashell 1101HA features 11 hours* of unplugged computing time.