So, it looks like the Asus Fonepad won't be the last Intel-powered Android tablet by Asus. There's a new, yet-to-be-announced model in tow, as revealed by the data in these benchmark results. Known as the Asus ME302C, it is a member ot the EeePad family, presumably with a screen of (or around) 10 inches, given its display resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels.
What is also known about the Asus ME302C is that it is equipped with an Atom processor running at 1.6GHz, most likely the Z2560 with PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is expected to come on the device once it is on the market. The rest is shrouded by mystery at this time, meaning that there's a lot we can speculate about.
Judging by its benchmark results, the Asus ME302C is likely to offer above average performance, although it won't set any new records in that field. Since it will belong to the Eee Tab lineup, it might be a new Transformer model, with a physical keyboard dock for fast typing and extended battery life. But that's just a guess. In case we learn more about the Asus ME302C tablet, rest assured that we'll let you know.