Another day, another tablet device is released, but before such a thing can happen, said tablet will need to go through the hallways of the FCC. Well, we are pleased to say that the Asus Tablet 810 has just arrived at the FCC, where it will run on the Windows 8 operating system, now how about that? At least this is not yet another one of those zillions of tablets that run on the Android platform. The Asus Tablet 810 with Windows 8 certainly did not waste too much time to drop by at the FCC, considering how its younger sibling, the Asus Tablet 600 arrived just a couple of days before.
If you happen to have a penchant for model numbers, then the Asus Tablet 810 will be known as the TF810C, and its filing does not reveal too much information to us other than it being a WiFi-only device that has the relevant and expected NFC connectivity to deliver quick peripheral synchronization. It will come with an 11.6″ form factor, and we do look forward to this Asus tablet considering how the company more or less scored gold with another tablet – the Google Nexus 7.
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