Though it still lacks an official moniker, Lenovo's so-called Thinkpad tablet (aka the TP00043AEF) is racking up copious frequent flyer miles with yet another journey past the FCC's prying eyes. This time, the Windows 8 slate is packing WCDMA II and V radios, the 3G bands supported by AT&T in the US and Canada's Bell Mobility, but with a notable lack of an LTE band. All that rules out Europe as a possible destination for this particular flavor of the tab, meaning it's likely to end up in Asia or North and South America for mobile data customers who don't need gobs of hustle. As far as we know, it's still the same 10.1-inch tablet with a 1,366 x 768 display, some form of Intel Clover Trail CPU and an 8MP camera, but we've still no idea as to delivery or price. Hopefully we'll have more info soon, but meanwhile, if another of the legion Windows 8 tablets out there doesn't suit you, check the source for all the radiographic minutiae.