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Asus eee Pad SL101 clears the FCC

The Asus eee Slider showed up on the FCC website today, but unfortunately for us all the interesting data has been concealed.

This is one of those tablets that I plan to make time to see when it hits store shelves. It last showed up around the time of CES 2011. According to those lucky enough to see it, it's based on a10" multi-touch display.

The eeePad Slider is running Honeycomb on a Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU (much like the eee Transformer), and it has a pari of camera (5MP & 1.2MP), USB host, a card reader, and Bluetooth. I'm assuming it also has  Wifi (n), but it doesn't appear to have been tested.


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