Continuing with the ASUS Eee Pad tablets announced today, the MeMO is perhaps the most portable one. The 7.1-inch tablet is rocking the latest, tablet-optimized version of Google’s mobile OS – Android 3.0. The Eee Pad MeMO is supposed to be ideal for taking notes: although it’s a capacitive touch-screen device, it also comes with a stylus for note-taking and anything else you’d want or need to do with a stylus.
The MeMO also features a Micro HDMI port so that you can connect the device to an external display and will support 1080p HD video playback. Not bad for a little tablet. It also has a front and rear facing camera for taking pictures and making video calls.
The Eee Pad MeMO should go for anywhere between $499 and $699 in June.
We’re off to a decent start with these Android Honeycomb tablets here at CES 2011, but stay tuned as I’m sure there are plenty more exciting things to come.