ASUS looks set to kick off a new line of tablets dubbed the ZenPad, according to a pair of leaked renders obtained by Ausdroid. The device is expected to arrive next week at Computex as part of a family of Android tablets with 4:3 aspect ratios.
The ZenPad will reportedly ship in 7-inch and 8-inch variants with similar designs. The smaller model is expected to offer a 1024×600-pixel resolution, while the larger option is said to pack in a 2048×1536 resolution. Both tablets appear to sport microSD card slots for adding extra storage, front facing speakers, SIM card slots for data connectivity and Intel processors.
The Taiwan-based company has designed some impressive tablets in the past, including the popular Nexus 7. There was also the slightly confusing PadFone hybrid series, which never really took off here in America. Hopefully the ZenPad can build on the Zen brand’s recent momentum to offer a winning tablet.