Remember that Dell tablet that received its Wi-Fi certification last week? Well it now appears that it has successfully made its way through the FCC, model number M02M, as the Dell Looking Glass. The FCC spent a fair amount of time bonding with this Tegra-based tablet, and now that its passed through the FCC, it's a fair assumption that Dell plans on launching this baby soon. Listed on the device are UMTS 3G bands that are compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile's 3G networks, Bluetooth 2.1 (sorry, folks, no 3.0 here), and the same Wi-Fi specs we listed previously. SD and SIM card slots are also present, and it appears that it may even be able to handle voice calls based on the inactive proximity censor that is also present. I think this is as official as unofficial can get folks, so stay tuned! [FCC via Engaget]
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