Details are sparse, and again, the info is unconfirmed, but screengrabs from Italian site eeepc.it show a chalkboard mockup of a "transforming" tab with a removable physical keyboard, along with the EP102, whose keyboard slides out. We'll have to wait until next week for concrete details, but the prospect of Asus playing with the already stale tablet form factor is exciting. [eeepc.it via CrunchGear]
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