A new Asus tablet called the TF101 has landed at the FCC to get the approvals it needs to hit stores in the US. The new tablet runs Windows 7 and its time at the FCC landed the approvals for its WiFi and Bluetooth hardware clearing the way for geeks to lay hands on the tablet.
The full specs on the TF101 aren’t offered up, but we know a few things about the tablet. It will have a 10.1-inch screen and scuttlebutt says that the thing will run an Intel CULV processor inside like the TF101's sibling the EP121.
The pic at the FCC shows the tablet has what appears to be a carbon fiber look to the back. That's all we really know at this point other than it has a rear facing camera onboard that you can see above the Asus logo at the top of the device.