According to Taiwan Economic News, ASUS’ CEO Jerry Shen said that the company is poised to ship 300,000 units of its EeePad Transformer Android tablet this month. Those shipment figures, Shen argues, will exceed shipments of all other tablets, besides Apple’s iPad. ASUS took the wraps off of the EeePad Transformer in March, and it allows users to plug the tablet into an optional keyboard for a laptop or netbook-style experience. The device was hard to find in the United States initially, and the company ramped up production of the tablet in May. Shen also noted that his ASUS shipped 400,000 units in April and May.