Toshiba Tablet Shows Up On Amazon with Detailed Specs Revealed

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  1. dgstorm

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    The Toshiba Tablet has not been officially outed yet, but Amazon just posted it today with the full details on its specs. The new Toshiba tablet will come outfitted with the following stuff:
    • Honeycomb
    • Tegra 2 Chipset from NVIDIA.
    • "Adaptive Display Technology", which is video upscaling on the 1200x800 16:10 screen.
    • 5.0 MP rear camera with autofocus and 2.0MP front-facing webcam; stereo speakers with Toshiba sound enhancements
    • USB, mini-USB, and HDMI ports and full-sized SD card reader; Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity supporting Adobe Flash
    • Easy Grip non-slip interchangeable rubber backplate, available in a variety of colors; user-replaceable prismatic lithium battery
    There was still no word yet on availability, but it must be soon or it probably would not have landed on Amazon's site. We also still don't know a price or carrier at this time, but at least more details have surfaced. We will let you know when we know more.

    Source: AndroidTablets.net via AndroidCentral and Amazon
     
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  2. Skull One

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    I can't help it....


    I want OSHIBA POWER!


    I am a baaaaaddddd man.
     
  3. forum8417

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    i dont get it. why are tablets sold thru cell phones carriers? why cant they be sold at a best buy or online and then if you want data why cant you bring it to any carrier you want?
     
  4. droidinmind

    droidinmind New Member

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    I like what your saying!!!!!
     
  5. Stormy Knight

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    Love to see a side-by-side with the Xoom and iPad2 in every aspect down to dimensions/weight.
     
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    Those specs are a double-edged sword: it makes for a very nice and competitive tablet, but I fear they will price it through the roof like all of the others.

    Brandon
     
  7. Hawaiian Princess

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    absolutely agree. w



    Aloha from Hawaii...
     
  8. kodiak799

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    I'm trying to figure out how important the USB ports and reader are. Seems like they could be a pretty big deal as far as transferring content quickly and easily between devices.
     
  9. DaWolf85

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    You want that, you're gonna have to move to Europe :icon_eek:
     
  10. Dcon87

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    the pricing i think will probably match the XOOM pricing. I have a bad feeling that the XOOM set a bar for pricing that every other tablet manufacturer will base their tablets off of.
     
  11. rcjames

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    Watch this video. They say it will be around 500 something in dollars. But who knows price can always change. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfpU1g7Fzbw[/ame]
     
  12. DarkJeckyll

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    This is the only tablet I'm excited about. I cant wait till it releases. Its going to replace my laptop around the house and on the road. :) :icon_ banana:
     
  13. kodiak799

    kodiak799 Silver Member

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    Looks a little large for my liking. Also, I think it's a fail that a tablet can't stand on it's own (i.e. not hold it for two hours while watching a movie) without getting a dock/stand. Having to carry a stand additionally defeats the purpose of ultra portability IMO.
     
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    Wrong tablet, my friend, that one runs Android 2.1 and was announced sometime last year.
     
  15. rcjames

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    Hi, well why would toshiba make two tablet one with 2.2 and other gingerbread? And yes it was announce last year but it's not even out.
    How many tablet is toshiba coming out with?
     
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