The Even at that price, the device will undercut Apple's cheapest iPad by $100, and apparently, it will do so without sacrificing features. "If you want to compete with the iPad, you have to do more than just be less expensive," Shen said. "You have to offer more features. We want to spend more time perfecting the [Eee Pad] before we launch. We're looking more at Q1 to launch the devices."