We know that a successor to the Asus EEE Transformer is in the works, and now there's some concrete evidence that the new tablet is coming soon. A UK online shop has a listing for the "Asus TF201", which is probably the model number of the Transformer's successor - the original's official designation is TF101. A November 7th release date lines up nicely with previous rumors of a Q3/Q4 debut.
The original Transformer is one of the most popular Android Honeycomb tablets out there, so it's no surprise that the update is on its way. According to previous leaks and the store listing, the Transformer 2 will feature a Tegra 3 processor (probably the much-anticipated Kal-El), a full gigabyte of RAM and (at least in this listing) 32GB of storage space. Unfortunately no further specifications or a photo is included. The price in the listing is 448 British pounds before taxes, which comes out to about $700 USD. Keep in mind that retail prices for computers and gadgets are often much higher across the pond. No mention is made of software, but if it really is coming so soon, Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich both seem possible.
The device is keeping its 10.1-inch screen, presumably with the current 1280 x 800 resolution intact. The store listing refers to the tablet as "gold", but that could be a rather fanciful description of something like the current Transformer's amber metallic hue. Keep in mind that stores often list products with estimated specifications and release dates, but the listing itself is a strong indicator that the Transformer 2 is coming sooner rather than later.