The Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet and notebook keeps looking better and better. We’veÂ justÂ found a demo of the Eee Pad Transformer which shows off the Asus MyCloud software. This built in software will allow you to connect to a Windows notebook or desktop and control the computer from the Eee Pad Transformer.
As you can see in the demo, the Eee Pad Transformer can be used as a portable notebook that works almost like you had a local copy of Windows on the Eee Pad Transformer. This is great news for users who have stayed away from the iPad due to a desire for a more full featured computing solution.
While there are remote desktop applications for the iPad, the inclusion of a mouse and keyboard in the dock really extends the usefulness over the not always intuitive mousing found in many iPad apps.
The Eee PadÂ TransformerÂ arrives at numerous retailers on APril 26th in the U.S. and Canada for a base price of $399 for the 16GB model, $499 for the 32GB model and $150 for theÂ keyboardÂ dock that includes a battery.
If you want to know moreÂ aboutÂ the Eee Pad Transformer, we suggest you check out the Eee Pad Transformer video roundup.