Asus tablet with Android, Windows dual-boot spotted at FCC

An Asus tablet which is yet-to-be-named has been spotted on a FCC listing, with indications that it could run Android, Windows or both.
As per Engadget, who first spotted the FCC listing of alleged Asus tablet, the Taiwanese giant might launch three primary variants of the tablet based on Android, Windows or both (dual-boot). However, the report claims that the company would launch a total of nine variants.
Further, the alleged Asus tablet spotted at FCC could be an entry level tablet with support for Wi-Fi (802.11n) and Bluetooth (4.0), notes the report. The report has also quotes FCC documents that reveal the model numbers of the alleged Asus tablets, the Windows only variants (M80T, L80T, R80T); Android-only models (M81T, L81T, R81T) and Android, Windows dual-boot variants (M82T, L82T, R82T).
As of now, not much detail about the unnamed Asus tablet has been revealed, though the report speculates that Asus could introduce its alleged tablet with dual-boot support at CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2014.
Earlier, a report revealed Asus's plans for the third generation Nexus 7 tablet. As per the report, Asus's CEO Jerry Shen while talking about tablet shipments claimed that it might go up to 13 million units if the company could get order for the third-generation Nexus 7 tablet.
Shen also confirmed that Asus has been 'still in talks' about the Nexus 7 (2014) tablet. The report also sheds some light on plans for next year which includes wearable devices. In addition, the report noted that Asus has plans to launch new smartphones at CES in Las Vegas next year, and new Chromebook devices in Q2 2014.