ASUS MeMO 370T spotted in the FCC – possible Nexus 7

Those of you who are waiting for the much-rumored Nexus Tablet with bated breath should probably start saving your pennies right now. In addition to a benchmark discovered last night wherein the "Google ASUS Nexus 7" was detailed for the very first time, the ASUS MeMO 370T is now making its way through the US Federal Communications Commission. The low-cost quad-core tablet hasn't been seen since CES more than five months ago.

Insider claims ASUS MeMO 370T is cancelled, rebranded the Nexus Tablet

The rolling ball of speculation and rumor that is the Nexus Tablet keeps going. This time the perpetrator is Android and Me, who quotes a "supply chain source" reaffirming previous rumors that ASUS is the manufacturer of choice this time around. There's a twist in the story, though: the source claims that the much-anticipated ASUS MeMO 370T Tegra 3 7-inch tablet showed off at CES is no more, and has been scrapped in favor of the Nexus Tablet or whatever it's being called this week. The price target is reportedly $150-200, something that just about anybody (except maybe Apple) can get excited about.

ASUS MeMO 370T 7-inch Ice Cream Sandwich quad-core tablet hands-on

Here at CES ASUS has a few different tablets on display and we've been giving them a quick look. Sadly the ASUS Padfone is under a lock and key and we were only able to get a small glance. The brand new Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich quad-core tablet announced yesterday in a 7" form factor was out in public though. Check out our hands-on below.