ASUS ME301T 10-inch tablet leaks with 4.1 Jelly Bean and Tegra 3

January 3, 2013

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We know the folks from ASUS have a few new Android tablets in the pipelines, and hopefully we'll be learning all about a few of them next week during CES in Las Vegas. While countless leaks and rumors have suggested a budget friendly $99 tablet coming soon, today some new details have revealed a 10-inch Tegra 3 powered Jelly Bean tablet coming in February.

For those of you unfamiliar, the Nexus 7 was listed as the ME370T, and their new budget friendly rumored tablet is being currently listed as the ME172V. Today we have a brand new model from ASUS as the ME301T and it packs specs that I'm sure many will be excited to see. While we don't have too many details at this point, the specs are pretty clear and we're hearing early February for a release.

If the tablet is expected to hit the shelves in February, we very well could be seeing it revealed next week. According to sources the ME301T rocks a 10-inch 1280 x 800 HD display, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and NVIDIA's popular Tegra 3 quad-core processor.


For now that's all we know, but we're hearing it will be targeted at business professionals so should have a few specific functions and features in that regard. It's rumored to arrive on February 11th in White, Blue and Fuchsia color options. The bad part here being it's listed as €308 -- or around $499 which we all know is too much these days. Hopefully we see this and that new $99 ASUS tablet next week. So stay tuned right here for all the details.

[via PocketDroid]

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  • vcarvega

    I don’t think $499 is too much… that’s a pretty regular price for tablets. I’m just disappointed to see another Tegra 3 tablet. I am hoping for the leak of a Tegra 4 tablet from Asus… that is the only reason I am holding off on a Nexus 10 purchase at this point.

  • aznmode1

    what another Prime after 1 year? lol wow.

  • Tegra 4 tablets should be making their debut at ces but we won’t see them in stores till this summer.