Asus is already having a couple of awesome Android tablets, Asus Transformer and Asus Transformer Prime, while the manufacturer is also set to launch a budget priced quad-core chipset equipped Android ICS OS powered Asus Transformer Mini tablet for just $249.99 in the coming months. Here, we’ve got a couple if images of an unheard Asus tablet, which is bearing a new model number TF300T. The code name TF300T in line with the naming convention used on the recently announced revamped Asus Transformer Prime tablet’s code name TF700T. The original Asus Transformer’s code name is TF101, while the Asus Transformer Prime is bearing the model number TF201.
It appears that the device is sporting its red color painted plastic panel on its rear side. We have absolutely no idea about the specifications part of this mysterious Asus TF3001 tablet. But we can have a general idea about what the features might be included in this tablet. We guess it will be another budget-priced Asus tablet, equipped with a dual-core processor (or else it could have quad-core chipset), 1080p resolution on its 10.1-inch display. Hopefully, Asus will release this tablet without any GPS issue. The new Asus Transformer Prime users are still facing GPS reception issues post the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update.