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New ASUS Tablet Spotted Overseas, Could It Be Next In The Transformer Lineup?

Above is a snapshot taken of what appears to possibly be the next rendition of the Asus Transformer tablet. According to documents alongside the unknown tablet, it is said to be model TF300T, which is a higher model number than its descendants. The Transformer Prime is model TF201, while the OG Eee Pad Transformer is model TF101.

Besides its obvious brick red backing, there is not much to actually separate this mystery device from the others in the lineup. One thing that is noticeable is the absence of an LED flash for the camera. Could this be just a red OG Transformer? We can hope that more leaked info (crosses fingers for specs) eventually makes its way to the Interwebz so we can go back to “hypebeastin’ devices.” One more leaked shot after the break. 

Via: Engadget

  • Danny

    This is OFFICIALLY not true. The CES show in Las Vegas shows: (click here —>)  http://www.anandtech.com/show/5324/asus-transformer-prime-tf700t-new-cover-for-improved-wireless-adds-1920-x-1200-panel

  • http://www.thinkgeeks4u.com Hiral Patel

    I still havent invested in a Tablet. Just dont think it will a very useful tool

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/UW36W5BFUGWAS6SE456OGJBILU Olga

    @DL34:disqus …my roomate’s aunt made $8,230 last month. she works on the internet and drives a Aston Martin V12 Vantage. All she did was get lucky and follow the information you can find here..http://dft.ba/-18Sh

  • http://AndroidTaskForce.com Timmy

    Ill keep my TF201 over this thing anyday.

  • nick bell

    its definatly not a OG.. its way to skinny and the OG is square on the sides.. but the backing has the texture og the OG just in red.. Prime with a OG textured backplate?

    • http://www.ashevilletechnologyservices.com Dan Brown

      what he said

  • Anonymous

    Actually, that’s SASU’s new tablet. :P

  • Jrer34

    I’m a huge android supporter and i’m looking to buy a tablet in the near future but its extremely difficult to make a decision on which one to get when there seems to be a new one popping up all the time. I don’t understand why they feel the need to put so many different ones out. Why not put less of them out and just make each one better? 

    • Anonymous

      Who’s “they”?

  • http://www.youtube.com/kimirPORTALS kimir

    I am thinking of a word that starts with F and ends in UCK. FIRETRUCK ASUS.

    It just looks like a bad custom mod. All the buttons and jacks are in the same spaces….

  • tanknspank

    HIDEOUS! BURN IT WITH FIRE!

    • http://www.youtube.com/kimirPORTALS kimir

      Your icon fits your comment.

  • http://www.brandongoodman.com/ Brandon Goodman

    If this is the latest generation, it wouldn’t have descendants yet.  The TF101 & TF201 would be its ancestors since they are earlier generations of the family.

  • http://www.facebook.com/geoff.rodrigue Geoff Rodrigue

    I’d settle for them just getting their supply of prime’s beefed up so that I can buy one.

  • http://twitter.com/Urboyissues Yourissues

    Saw this on phandroid first, someone mentioned the lack of flash and that it could be a Windows8 tablet.. that would explain the change in number naming

  • Anonymous

    The frame isn’t right for a TF101, and I can’t say I like the red. But I like the idea that Asus is on top of things.

  • QtDL

    Didn’t they announce the next Transformer at CES to be the TF700? That red backing is hideous – hopefully it’s not made out of aluminum. :)

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Wondering if this isn’t some garbage product that we will never see.

      • QtDL

        I was thinking that too….some weird azz overseas variant that we in the US hopefully won’t see. From what I could get from the broken English on that site (via Google Translate) the backing is supposed to be ‘deformed’ or more bubbly so it not pressed up again the GPS/wi-fi radios.

      • http://twitter.com/DaCatalyst Clayton Anderson

        I can’t imagine them stepping backwards and not using an LED flash for an upcoming device.