Another day, another device hits the deck of the FCC, bringing along with it renewed hope that said device will hit the market sooner rather than later, now that the formalities have more or less been ironed out. This is the Wi-Fi version of the tablet, where it does seem to carry the NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset, albeit missing out on a cellular radio, of course. The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity is also known to have another version which has LTE connectivity, although this particular family member has decided to go AWOL for the moment, perhaps shying away for a more spectacular debut or announcement in the future? Hopefully there will be more than just the Wi-Fi only model available, as it is quite a shame really, to see this arrive without its other better equipped brethren. Are we not, after all, a people and nation who loves choices?
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