Asus Teases New Tablet Ahead Of IFA: Is It a New Transformer Pad?

By Vivek

Since the IFA trade Fair is just around the corner, most consumer electronic manufacturers have been gearing up to launch their latest devices. Apart from the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Gear and Sony Xperia Z1, Asus will also be launching some devices at IFA this year. The maker of the FonePad and PadFone has recently put out a teaser of their upcoming tablet, which is supposedly the new Transformer Pad, on its official Facebook fanpage.

Asus Teases New Tablet Ahead Of IFA: Is It a New Transformer Pad?


The teaser comes in the form of an image along with a caption that says "We transform your mobility" and "4 DAYS TO GO." Moreover, the Taiwanese manufacturer also wrote, "We transform your mobility! Yes, a new generation is coming, but of which product?" Sadly, Asus has not disclosed any of the information about the device as of now. On the other hand, online reports hint at the presence of the Nvidia Tegra 4 processor in the device.

Coincidentally, a new Asus tablet has been spotted on the Federal Communications Commision (FCC) site which kills all speculation that this could be the Transformer Pad that Asus used in the Teaser.

However, the device that is mentioned in the FCC report bears model number Federal K00C and the report also clearly mentions that the device would come with a 10 inch display along with connectivity features like WiFi and Bluetooth. while rest of the specifications still remain unknown.

As of now, there is no concrete confirmation about whether the model number K00C belongs to the new Transformer Pad or not. Fortunately, the confusion will eventually be cleared when it is announced after a couple of days.

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