Asus has used its CES press conference in Las Vegas to launch a range of new tablet devices for Android and Windows 7 fans alike.

Taking on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Asus Eee Pad MeMo will feature a 7-inch capacitive display, powered by a Qualcomm snapdragon chipset.

Running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) the new tablet will offer 1080p playback and offer support for a stylus. It will come with dual cameras for video calling, and feature a MeMIC media phone extender, along with a mini-HDMI to hook up to your TV.

The Eee Slate EP121 on the other hand will be a Windows 7 Home Premium powered device with an 12.1-inch, 1280 x 800, display. It will be powered by an Intel Core i5-470UM processor and come with 64GB of SSD storage and 4GB of system memory.

The company has also launched the Eee Pad Transformer. It will sport a 10.1-inch, 1280 x 800, IPS touchscreen display that can be connected to a keyboard instantly turning it into a laptop. Like the Eee Pad MeMo, it will also run Android 3.0.

Specs include dual cameras (1.2-megapixel and 5-megapixel) wireless n, USB, Bluetooth and built-in card reader. It will come with 1080p playback, supporting Adobe Flash 10.1 and be powered by an Android-savvy Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor. 

If that wasn’t enough, Asus has launched the Eee Pad Slider, a tablet with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard similar to the HTC Shift from some years ago. Essentially it has the same 10.1-inch IPS, 1280 x 800 display as the Transformer.

The new Eee Pad Slider weighs 886 grams, is 16.7mm thick and comes with Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor, comes with Android 3.0 and offers the same two camera setup, wireless n connectivity and same Adobe Flash 10.1 support as the Transformer. 

The new models will be released across the next 6 months kicking off with the launch of the Eee Slate in January, the Eee Pad Transformer in April, the Eee Pad Slider in May and the Eee Pad MeMo in June.

Prices will be $999 - $1099, $399 - $699, $499 - $799, and $499 - $699 respectively. 

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