EeePad is go, according to ASUS' Chairman Jerry Shen, who will be showing it off this June at Computex as planned. However, a launch date has also been mentioned by the Taiwanese—an early-sounding late July.
It's bound to be dirt-cheap which is why it's of interest in this every-CEO-and-his-dog time, though Digitimes is reporting the Taiwan price will be NT$15,000 - $16,000, which is $475 - $505, which doesn't sound quite right when the iPad and other tablets are sub-$500.
As for the full specs, it's anyone's guess—though we do know they've craftily added USB ports, a webcam and Adobe Flash to the Tegra-chip tablet. [Digitimes]