ASUS CEO and president Jerry Shen revealed his firm will launch two Eee Pad tablets, one ARM-based version with Google's Android operating system, and another one with the Intel Atom processor and Windows 7.
The Windows model will be a 10" tablet with ultra-thin design and passive cooling.
Shen pointed out that the 10-inch Wintel platform tablet PC will feature a no-fan, ultra-thin and light design. Market watchers believe the model will be showcased at Computex 2010 with both tablet PCs to be designed by Asustek and made by Pegatron Technology.
Meanwhile, market watchers expect Acer's Internet device will feature an ARM processor and Android operating system and will be outsource for manufacturing to Compal Electronics.