The Tegra TAB, an tablet made by Nvidia (OEM use?), has appeared online at FCC's web site, confirming that it will come with a 7-inch display, stylus and of course, a Tegra 4 chip.
Internal photos in the filing show it as having a Tegra 4 variant as its processor. Base specifications include Android Jelly Bean, a 1280x800-resolution IPS display with a 3,200 or 4,100mAh battery, and a front-facing HD webcam, though images inside the manual shows that the rear 5-megapixel camera, a HDMI port, and stylus are labeled "Premium Model only," suggesting that more than one version of the Tegra Tab will be available to buy. Indeed, an includeed manual states that there will be two Tegra Tab models; Basic and Premium.