CES 2011 is shaping up to be a tablet heaven. After Motorola and LG confirmed they’d unveil new Android tablets there, now Toshiba has announced the same thing: it will bring a brand new tablet to Las Vegas.
Toshiba’s new tablet doesn’t have a name yet. However, Engadget is reporting that it features a 10 inch, 1280 x 800 pixels capacitive display and is based on Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform – thus having a dual-core processor.
Other features: ambient light sensor, accelerometer, 5MP photo camera, 2MP front-facing camera for video calling, HDMI-out, USB, and SD card slot.
The tablet has a rubberized back and it should, of course, run Android Honeycomb. Toshiba didn’t say when the device would be available, and neither how much it would cost.
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