Now that ASUS has reintroduced the world to the Eee Pad Slider after their Eee Pad Transformer has taken off, it seems we’re ready for a release. We’re not sure when that release will be exactly, but Amazon Germany is already listing the device for folks in that region to be notified of its availability. ASUS originally promised it’d be here by now, but as you know, it isn’t. We’re going to keep our fingers crossed for a June launch, but it may be some time before we see this thing on store shelves outside of Europe and Taiwan. [BGR]
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