ASUS TF500T hits FCC as potential Transformer Pad successor

ASUS TF500T hits FCC as potential Transformer Pad successor

A new ASUS tablet has made its way into the FCC which may turn out to be a successor to last year’s Transformer Pad.  Bearing the model number of TF500T, it stands to reason that it falls somewhere between the previous model (TF300T) and the recently released (TF700T) Transformer Infinity Pad.

As far as specifications go, there’s very little to share at this point.  Things are that are officially known include the Wi-Fi (b/g/n), HDMI, and a microphone.  Certainly not enough to whip us into a nerd frenzy yet, but we’re still optimistic.

FCC via Engadget

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