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Taiwanese technology major Asus has released a teaser image of its upcoming Transformer Pad series device on its Official Facebook page, showing glimpses of its front panel.

The teaser snapshot's tag-line read, "We Transform Your Mobility!" hinting that the device might have a design overhaul to make it more portable to carry it around. The previous generation Transformer Pads were big (10.1-inch) and bulky. The new generation tablet may boast of a thinner bezel and weigh less.

The new Asus Transformer Pad is said to get unveiled on 4 September and would be showcased to the media at international electronics fair, IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) 2013, which is scheduled to take place between 6-11 September.

A few days ago, an unnamed Asus device codenamed 'KooC' was spotted at the US governed body FCC (Federal Communication Commission) website, the device blueprint showed that it sported a 10.0-inch screen, a camera on the rear side and featured Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. Many believe that this very device might be the new Transformer Pad.

Details regarding the new Transformer Pad's specifications are a little sketchy right now, but rumours are rife that it might pack Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor and run on the latest Android mobile OS v4.3 Jelly Bean.