Toshiba, electronic giant of Japan, has showcased a Windows 7 based in the ongoing Mobile World Congress at Barcelona.
The device is not likely to be released in the market before second half of 2011. The device is likely to have 11.6 inch screen and the processor would be Atom Oak Trail from Intel, according to Engadget.
The storage of the tablet is likely to be 64 GB whereas RAM would be 2 GB. Toshiba is working on the user interface to make it more touch friendly and of course, to give it a Toshiba flavour. The launch of the Windows Toshiba tablet would depend on the possible demand from different markets.
Apart from that, Toshiba is also working on for the unnamed 10 inch Honeycomb tablet . It is expected to have a 10.1 inch display, dual cameras, and Nvidia Tegra2 processor . These are the standard features, which most of the tablets in market are currently offering.
The only element that differentiates the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet from rest of the market is the removable battery. Users can just choose to pull out the drained battery and just replace it with a fully charged one, if the users have an extra one. Not that the battery will drain very quickly, it’s just good to know that users have the back up to fall back to when the need arises.