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Asus MeMO 3D Tablet

We've known about the Asus Eee Pad MeMO tablet for a while, but it's evolved since Asus first announced it: the ultra-portable tablet now boasts a 3D display and stylus support, making it stand out from the rest of the Android tablet crowd.

The MeMO 3D does glasses-free 3D

We've seen 3D displays on smartphones, but Asus reckons it's time they made the move to tablets. The Eee Pad MeMO 3D's seven-inch 1280x800 IPS display promises "a unique glasses-free 3D display mode for entertainment on the go". That's all we know so far, but we'd assume that the 3D can be switched off or is switched off for everyday tablet tasks.

The MeMO 3D is a little bundle

Like HTC's Flyer, the MeMO 3D's touch screen works with a stylus - but unlike HTC's Flyer, you don't need to pay extra for it. The stylus provides note-taking facilities when the tablet is in portrait orientation. That's not all that comes bundled with the MeMO: you also get a MeMIC Bluetooth hands-free headset for listening to music and for making telephone calls.

The MeMO 3D isn't out yet

As with most things announced at the Computex show, the Eee Pad MeMO is in the coming soon category: pricing and release dates haven't been announced just yet. If Asus prices this as aggressively as it's been pricing its other Eee Pad tablets, the MeMO 3D could do serious numbers.

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