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Next-gen Asus Eee Pad Transformer spied

TF300T snapped

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A previously unseen Asus tablet has surfaced on the web prompting speculation that the Taiwanese company is working on the successor to the Eee Pad Transformer Prime.

Not that there's much in the leak that gives any hint one way or the the other. All we have is a snap of a tablet - a ten-incher by the look of it - and the model code TF300T. The Transformer Prime is the TF201.

Asus TF300T tablet

Source: NCCC

There's talk on Chinese-language site NCCC that the tablet's back is more GPS-friendly than the one on the Prime, and a second pic shows a rear-facing camera and a headphone socket.

A wireless signalling certificate shows it has Wi-Fi on board, but you'd never have guessed that, would you? ®

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