Android-powered tablets are dime a dozen, but from time to time, there is something that comes along which has an increased sense of expectation, and I guess you could say that the yet unreleased Asus Tablet 600 which has arrived at the FCC is something you might want to consider owning in due time. The most recent FCC filing does point towards an Asus branded tablet which will not be taking the Android route, but rather, bearing the mark of Windows 8 from Microsoft. Also known as the TF600T by the Feds, this yet unannounced product does seem to sound similar to the Tablet 600 which was displayed for all and sundry to have a closer look at at Computex earlier this year. Upon checking out more about the Asus Tablet 600, we do know that it will come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, not to mention having NFC support. I would say that the Windows logo as well as Transformer-like model number are the main reasons of interest.
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