Toshiba Android Tablet 10.1 is Released
Following up Samsung and Motorola, the Japanese electronics manufacturer, Toshiba released the Android-based tablets to sail a 10.1-inch Honeycomb. Devices that have not been given the name displayed in the arena of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.
Promised to be available in the market started the first half of 2011, the tablet made by Toshiba will be the focus for accessing multimedia. Computational capability is supported dual core processor Nvidia Tegra 2.
Although the same size, shape unique screen and a little different from its competitors because the aspect ratio of 16:10 with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Tablet is equipped with two cameras, each with 5 MP camera on the back and a 2 MP camera in front.
Memory slots and ports provided are complete. HDMI port for example to present the content to HD-quality TV monitor. In addition there are large-size USB port that is commonly used to exchange data with an external hard drive. MiniUSB port are also available to connect with other devices and digital cameras. Do not forget a microSD slot for adding storage capacity.
Toshiba also enables users to open and replace the battery at any time. The back cover can be changed with a choice of colors provided even sold as separate accessories. Not sure yet what’s the price.
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