Earlier this week we reported on some pictures of Asus' Eee Pad that we said would make you go "ooo". Well, now we can show you the video that will make you go "ahh" as it answers a few questions.
First up, the name. There's no "pad" mentioned, the narrator calls this particular device the Asus Eee Slate EP121, and it is detailed as a 12-inch tablet, with HDMI and USB ports, an SD card slot, a webcam and Full HD playback.
It comes with a detachable keyboard and stylus pen, and the video states that it will let you demand "more performance" and "more flexibility" with expandable and replaceable storage options, an Intel i5 chip and Windows 7 all aboard.
And there's more. A video that was live, which has now been taken down, but from which a screengrab has been taken seems to show off the entire Asus Eee Slate range.
As well as the EP121, there's the EP102 which has a slider QWERTY keyboard, the EP101, which is described as a transformer and seems to have a dockable keyboard, and the EP71, which looks like a 7-inch pocket-friendly 7-inch version.
All of the Asus Eee Slate range will be officially unveiled at CES, so keep your eyes peeled to Pocket-lint for further updates.