Toshiba is all set to introduce their Tablet at the CES 2011 scheduled to begin on 6th January. It seems that the company is going to challenge the iconic iPad and other popular tab devices with their new 10.1-inch tablet.
We have seen the growth of the tablet market during last year and we know that the tablets have grown up to grab a spot in the lists of the must have gadgets. Toshiba’s new introduction is not a surprising one as we are hearing about almost all leading companies giving out their tablet announcements.
Once the Toshiba Tablet gets released, it will be the first of the kind from the company to be launched in the US markets.
The company is planning to bring out the device with the Android 3.0 Honeycomb on board, which seems to be an interesting move to impress the folks around.
It is expected to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile processor and is likely to feature an HDMI port, a 5megapxel rear camera, a 2 megapixel front facing camera, USB port, SD memory card slot, mini-USB port, and support for the Android Market and Toshiba’s online market, Toshiba BookPlace, and Toshiba Places.
It will also have GPS and Bluetooth connectivity and will be able to handle 1080p HD videos. Just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Toshiba Tablet will also bear the capacity to play Flash videos. This is a feature that doesn’t come with the iconic Apple iPad.
Although there are no more specs or pricing details available, we are expecting this device to be available by end of this June.