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Nvidia's Tegra Tab uses unreleased Tegra 4 variant

Spotted on the FCC site, Nvidia's 7-inch Tablet will use an as-yet-unseen version of the Tegra 4 chip.

Spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) site by Engadget, Nvidia's P1640 tablet packs in a previously unreleased version of the Tegra 4 chip.

Aside from a few FCC-revealed details, NVIDIA has kept the P164 tablet, or Tegra Tab, under wraps. (Credit: Neutron Engineering via FCC)

The device, which is rumoured to be given the more friendly name of the Tegra Tab when released, is a 7-inch tablet with a stylus, a 1280x800 resolution in-plane switching (IPS) display and what seems to be the stock version of Android Jelly Bean.

Photos submitted to the FCC show a fairly traditional-looking black tablet, although the device has a textured back quite similar to the Nexus 7.

It's the new version of the Tegra 4 that's likely to provoke the biggest interest in the Tab. The Tegra 4 boasts impressive power and improved graphics, but at reduced power draw.

According to this photo, ports on the tablet include USB and Micro-HDMI. (Credit: Neutron Engineering via FCC)