The latest Asus ZenPad appears to have leaked in official press renders, ahead of its expected official reveal at Computex next week.
The Asus ZenPad 8, as it's thought to be, appears to feature a 4:3 aspect ratio screen like that found on Apple's iPads and Samsung's Galaxy A tablets. According to the leak there will be an 8-inch model with 2,048 x 1,536 resolution display and a 7-inch variant with weaker 1,024 x 600 resolution screen, which might be called ZenPad 7.
The leaked photo suggests the new ZenPad will be powered by Intel processors, something Asus has done in the past. There should also be a set of front-facing speakers which can be seen in the photo, explaining those wide bezels. There is also a slot on the side that could be for microSD expansion, although a SIM version of the tablet has also been rumoured.
Other rumours suggest 2GB of RAM and an Intel Atom Moorefield processor on the ZenPad 8 with 1GB of RAM and a weaker Intel Atom x3 chip in the ZenPad 7.
The photo shows, on the rear of the tablet, a leather or faux-leather finish on the outer edge of one side, presumably for grip. There is also a camera without a flash.
Asus generally shows of its new products at Computex from Taipei. This is due to begin on 2 June where we'll be on the ground bringing you all the latest. Rumours suggest the ZenPad 7 and ZenPad 8 will be on sale as soon as July.