Toshiba releases its first Android tablet
Toshiba today previewed its first Android-powered tablet Featuring a 10.1-inch diagonal widescreen HD display plus smart technologies that adapt to the way you want to use it.
The Toshiba tablet is slated to ship in the first half of 2011 with the Android Honeycomb operating system, the next version of Android designed for tablet devices.
The display’s high definition 1280×800 resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio also creates a cinematic experience for movie viewing and gaming. Coupled with support for Adobe Flash-enabled content, the tablet is designed to provide a complete web and entertainment experience.
The tablet features a two megapixel front-facing camera and five megapixel rear-facing camera for taking photos, videos and video chat, and includes integrated GPS and compass so users can take advantage of location-based services.
The tablet features include a full-size HDMI port to easily share photos and video on an HDTV, a full-size USB and a mini USB 2.0 port for connecting external devices. A full-size SD Card slot provides options for additional storage and transferring files.
The device will also be equipped with Bluetooth for easy device connectivity and fast 802.11n Wi-Fi support for easily connecting to the web from home, the office or Wi-Fi hotspots.
Optional docking stations will allow users to connect and recharge the device at a desk or at home and provide additional connectivity ports.