When ASUS introduced two sizes for its Eee Pad alongside the Eee Tablet the other day, we thought that was enough. However, UMPCPortal spotted a super-slim "Epad" on Intel's booth at Computex, which actually looks even better than Monday's announcements.
The Intel spokespeople at the booth said it was merely a prototype for now, but the video below shows it's running Windows 7 and looking very finished. One USB port, a power port and 3.5mm jack are located on the base of the tablet, with a biggish button in a similar location to the iPad's 'home' button. UMPCPortal says "it looks like it's currently on the Menlow platform," which debuted in 2008 and suits these slinky MIDs.