Looks like the iPad won’t have a monopoly on key-less reading devices for long. According to PC World, Asus will be launching several Eee Pads next year. The first one will have a 12″ display and will be out in January 2011. Price tag? A whopping $1,000 because it runs on Windows 7, has an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and comes with a docking station that will turn it into a laptop. A more affordable one will be launched in the same month. It will cost between $399 and $499 because it has a smaller 10″ display, no docking station, and only runs on a Windows Embedded Compact 7 edition. An even cheaper Android Eee Pad will be released in March for under $399.