ASUS TF600T Tablet Just Revealed at FCC
Most devices revealed at recently held Computex had already been seen offered in the real market. Hence, FCC on the other hand, is the one facilitating the first step of these gadgets to enter over the U.S. hubs. To make some review, Asus had participated on the latest tradeshow with their Tablets 810 and 600 anyways.
Just recently, a new FCC filing was seen in the form of an Asus tablet codenamed as Asus TF600T. This device however, seems much alike with the Tablet 600, by which had became one of the ARM Windows 8 slates based on the NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip with a standard 10.1-inch panel and a 1366 x 768-pixel display resolution.
With regards to the Asus TF600T, this device has a Super IPS+ screen display, a 2 GB of RAM and a 32 GB of eMMC flash memory. Also, the slate comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, NFC, Bluetooth features plus an 8 MP rear and a 2 MP front-facing built-in cameras. The device is an 8.35mm thick and weighs about 520 grams.
Nonetheless, we just need to officially hear it straight from Asus regarding this transformer-like tablet model to finally confirm this thing.