Well well, it looks like Microsoft’s getting all its Windows 8 ducks in a row today. First, it sends out the invite for the Windows 8 launch event and a save the date for a Windows Phone 8 party, and now it looks like one of its Surface tablets has garnered FCC approval. Dubbed the Model 1516, the device in question can’t be confirmed as a Surface slate, but we do know it’s running Windows RT and has a membrane keyboard peripheral thanks to the docs submitted to Uncle Sam. We also know that it’s got a stand, as the FCC label will be residing on the back panel beneath it, and the radios on board are of the Bluetooth and 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi variety. Does that add up to a Surface RT tablet? We sure think so, but see the evidence for yourself at the source link below.
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