The folks over at the FCC must have their hands full basically each and every single day, working on making sure that select consumer electronics devices that come their way are thoroughly inspected before being approved for sale in the US. The Lenovo IdeaTab 2110 did drop by to pay a visit to the FCC recently, where the innards were looked into and tested to make sure that both the 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 radios are good to go, working alongside us humans without helping us grow a third arm or leg elsewhere. Having said that, gaining the approval of the folks over at the FCC can only mean one thing – the device is more than ready to be released Stateside, so it is only a matter of time. This is where all the zen-like training you were given at the office will help you maintain a decent level of patience until something official from Lenovo pops up concerning the availability of the Lenovo IdeaTab 2110.
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