Asus Eee Pad TF101 Windows 7 Tab Gets FCC Nod

March 12, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

At a time when the tablet market is totally inclined to the happenings on at the Apple iPad 2 counters, rival companies have been going the extra mile to make their stuff visible. Yesterday, we saw Samsung throwing in some aggression into its marketing by pushing out a fresh advert for their Samsung Galaxy Tab. We also saw Motorola’s Xoom usher in a fresh Adobe Flash update.

The latest from the tablet front is that Asus has pushed their upcoming Eee Pad through the FCC gates, and has successfully got it cleared along with WiFi and Bluetooth functionalities.

The upcoming device – the Eee Pad TF101 – will come running Windows 7 OS and will boast of a 10.1-inches screen.  Please do not get confused between the device and Eee Pad EP121 from ASUS we spoke about earlier.

We get to know that the TF101 also will feature an Intel CULV processor – same as the one we saw earlier in the EP121. The label pictures put up by FCC shows that the device has got attractive exterior that appears to be covered with carbon fiber. It has got a rear-facing camera as well.

Not many specs have been revealed, though. The pricing and availability also are still under wraps.  Join us as we go hunting for more on the new tablet from Asus.

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