We’ve stressed before that iPad is just the start of an upcoming flood of tablet devices, and this weekend saw two new models unveiled. Asus – the company that popularised the netbook – has announced its EP121 Eee Pad. It runs the Windows 7 operating system, and promises a 10-hour battery life. Meanwhile, MSI – another netbook manufacturer – has unveiled its own WindPad 100. It has a 10-inch screen, and also runs Windows 7. It’s interesting, although unsurprising, to see rival manufacturers adopting Apple’s ‘pad’ lingo for their competing devices. However, there may be a philosophical divide. Whereas Apple’s iPad runs the iPhone OS, making it very much a mobile device, the Eee Pad and WindPad’s Windows 7 makes them more keyboard-less computers. Talking of iPad, Apple has just sold its two millionth… Source: Engadget Source: Engadget Source: Mobile Entertainment

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