ASUS Eee Pad Slider Lands in USA and Canada
Android tablets are becoming more common each and every day and a lot of people are showing their interests in them. Tablets have been around for a long time but the breakthrough was when Apple launched the iPad, and now, the iPad feels like history when you look at all the new Android tablets. Take the ASUS Eee Pad Slider for example: We recently told you that the Slider would hit the US market later this month and we also gave you word on the price. Well guess what? The Eee Pad Slider is finally here! The first ever Android tablet to feature a sliding full QWERTY-keyboard has finally hit the USA, as well as Canada, and is currently available via different online retailers.
If you live in the USA and are looking to purchase this amazing piece of hardware, then you can get it from NewEgg, Amazon and B&H. NewEgg is offering the tablet in both the 16GB and 32GB version but with only one color choice: brown. The ASUS main site shows that the Eee Pad also comes in white, but for some reason, it’s not available on NewEgg. You can also check out the deals from Amazon and B&H. For all you Canadian residents, Amazon.ca is offering the tablet in both 16GB and 32GB flavors, but like NewEgg, the tablet is only available in brown.
The ASUS Eee Pads seem to be selling out like hotcakes as the tablet is already out of stock at a few retailers. So who’s planning to grab one or have you already purchased yours? Share your thoughts in the comment box below.
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