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Two ASUS Windows 8 Tablets Clear the FCC

by Mark Hearn | July 31, 2012July 31, 2012 1:30 pm PDT

A pair of ASUS-made Windows 8 tablets has recently passed through the FCC. A device listed as TF600T equipped only with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC appears to be taking the carrier-free approach. While other details remain sketchy, we can’t help, but wonder if this is the Tegra 3 packing Windows RT powered Tablet 600 that ASUS unveiled a couple of months back.

ASUS’ second device to receive approval from the FCC is an 11.6-inch tablet listed as the TF810C. Like the TF600T, this Windows 8 powered slab appears to be Wi-Fi only with NFC capabilities.

Approval from the FCC is always a good thing, but since we already know that Windows 8 won’t be arriving until October 26th, we’re not going to hold our breath in anticipation of a release date for either device. Instead, we’ll just settle for knowing that ASUS has something for Windows fans in its pipeline.

[via: Engadget (1) (2)]


Mark Hearn

Mark Hearn is a nerd's nerd if ever such a thing existed. Covering the mobile scene for several years, he also has a love for film, sports, gaming...

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