If you are a device, then going to the FCC would normally mean literally stripping away every single shred of dignity as the folks there are going to inspect you from all angles, probing different ports and even surprising you to find that you had parts inside which you never thought possible. Well, the Asus Transformer Prime tablet that made its way to the FCC late last month, otherwise known as model number TF201, has already picked up approval for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, although “3G” was missing.
Apart from that, the FCC filing also paraded some internal photos of the Transformer Prime which let you have a closer look at what is inside the company’s flagship device where tablets are concerned. NVIDIA’s most recent processor announced, the quad-core Kal-El, is inside to deliver all the graphical processing firepower that you need – while pushing up to 10 hours of battery life on this puppy. There was also NAND memory from Hynix alongside SDRAM provided by Elpida. Does this configuration make it a super tablet?
Update: read our complete review of the Transformer Prime
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