Asus has made their web page for the Eee Pad Transformer (that's the one that docks in a keyboard) live, with specs and details. They list no dates when it becomes available, or prices, but they do tell us a few things we hadn't heard before. The Eee Pad Transformer will come complete with Polaris Office 3.0 to allow viewing and editing of .doc, .xls, and .ppt files, have Asus' own launcher on top of Honeycomb, and include unlimited cloud storage via the Asus MyCloud application free for one year.
They also mention an OTA update scheduled for "mid-April", which makes us think that we should be seeing it soon -- maybe even sooner than the May 7 date we saw from Amazon earlier. If the rumors of sub $400 pricing for the 16 GB model hold true, it's a viable alternative to the Motorola Xoom for the Honeycomb tablet experience. We'll have more as it develops. [Asus via NotebookItalia (Italian)] Thanks, Marco, for the tip!