A leaked benchmark has surfaced that is very likely the new Asus team-up Google Nexus Tablet. If it is legit, it spells out several details about the new device. According to the gathered intel, the tablet is called the Google Asus Nexus 7 Tablet. Also, the info suggests a couple more interesting tidbits. One is that the tablet will indeed be running a NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset. Additionally, the tablet was running Android 4.1, which may be Jelly Bean. Finally, there are hints that this device is indeed the Asus MeMo 370T, which Asus debuted at CES in January. In fact, the MeMo 370T tablet just passed through it's FCC testing with a 7-inch display and Tegra 3 Chipset, which seems to line up with all the other intel.

Here's a quote with the baselining, which gave us some of this info:

os": {
"android": {
"model": "Nexus 7",
"hardware": "grouper",
"manufacturer": "asus",
"device": "grouper",
"brand": "google",
"display": "XXXXXX-userdebug 4.1 JRN51B 3XXXXX dev-keys",
"version_sdk": "4.1",
"board": "grouper",
"version_code": "1"
}
}

Source: NexusTablets.net and FCC