MojoKid writes: "Mobile computing is definitely making its mark at Computex 2010 with tablet PCs and eReaders of all sorts coming out for the first time as rivals to Apple's iPad. After announcing their Eee Pad tablet PC, Asus offered some hands-on time with their new e-Reader/e-Writer designed for students and mobile business professionals. The little slate's features include 10 hour battery life, 2450 dpi resolution touch screen, pen writing and input controls, 2MP camera, USB port, and a MicroSD slot. In addition, Asus also has strong ties with Amazon, so it wouldn't be a reach to see some sort of partnership between Asus and Amazon with the Kindle book store as a content provider."
Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time
as the strawberries, knows nothing about grapes.
-- Philippus Paracelsus