Asus is trying to bring the most famous Zen into the tablet market, well it’s expected after seeing the incredible success of zenfone series. Coming to the details, the company is all set to launch a couple of tablets in their Zen series this July in Russia under the ZenPad branding. For its first iteration, Asus is introducing a 7″ and an 8″ inches tablets. The 7″ variant will be available in two variants, one with only WiFi Z170C and a 3G version Z170CG. Specs wise the ZenPad features a 1024*600 resolution IPS display which might not pack any protection layer on top. The tablet will be powered by Intel Atom X3 chipset that is an upgrade from the regular Z3580 chipset clocked at 1GHz Quad-Core processor, coupled with 1GB Ram and 8/16GB internal storage which is expandable. A 2-megapixel rear camera with no LED flash and a VGA front camera, connectivity features include 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 3,950mAh battery powers the tablets. For WiFi only variant, the price would be around $140 and for $180 you can pick up a 3G model. The price may differ in other markets when made available.
Moving the higher version i.e. 8-inches tablet that got certified by FCC recently, The tab will be powered by Z3560/Z3530 chipset with 2Gigs of Ram and 8/16/64GB of internal storage. Just like the 7″ this one will also be available in WiFi only and 3G enabled models. Both the ZenPads will be available in June and will be unveiled at Computex in Taiwan