Hannspree has been showing off a 10 inch Android tablet for the past few months, promising the device would sport a 1GHz NVDIIA Tegra 2 CPU, 16GB of storage, HDMI output, and a 3500mAh battery. Now it looks like this tablet running Google Android 2.2 is one step closer to launching in the US.

The FCC has published documents related to the Hannspree HSG1164 tablet, including a user manual and some photos of the device’s insides as well as its exterior.

According to the user manual, the Hannspree tablet will have 512MB of RAM, a 1024 x 60 pixel capacitive multitouch display, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, a microSD card slot, mini HDMI port, and a mini USB port. It will weigh about 1.7 pounds.

The internal shots show a small circuit board which takes up just about a third of the space inside the tablet, while the battery uses most of the room, as is pretty much the norm on 10 inch tablets with ARM-based chips and decent batteries.

There’s no word on pricing or a US launch date yet.

via Engadget

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