2011 has been a massive year for tablets, helped along by the debut of [[artnid:381655|Apple's iPad 2]]. However despite the year fast approaching its end, there is still plenty of tablets to come in 2011: the most anticipated are Sony's late-arriving [[artnid:384459|Tablet S]] and [[artnid:384468|Tablet P]] duo, and Samsung's eagerly awaited [[artnid:380740|Galaxy Tab 10.1]] and [[artnid:401378|Galaxy Tab 7.7]].
12 / 12
ASUS deserves some credit for trying something new in a market filled with "me too" devices, but the end result is well short of the mark. The Eee Pad Slider may have a built-in keyboard but the trade-offs come in the form of an awkward size and heavy weight. If you really want an Android tablet with a keyboard, give the Eee Pad Slider a miss and take a look at the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer instead.
- Review Date:
- 9th Nov., 2011
- Ross Catanzariti