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Toshiba to show off slim Android Honeycomb tablet at IFA

The new Toshiba tablet will feature micro USB, micro HDMI and micro SD card slot.

Toshiba is planning to unveil yet another Android 3.x Honeycomb running slim tablet at the IFA 2011 event that starts on September 3 in Berlin, Germany. The new Toshiba tablet will be slim like the iPad and will have a brush metal finish on the back panel. Notebook Italia grabbed few press images of the tablet and gave a sneak peek to the next tablet from Toshiba.

Toshiba Thrive though being amazing on the paper in terms of hardware specifications, has struggled enough alongside the competitors like the Apple iPad, Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab and number of others. From the images, it is obvious that the tablet will run Android 3.x Honeycomb version. The side shot exposes the physical connection ports which include &#151 micro USB, micro HDMI and micro SD memory card reader.

The Thrive successor appears to be slimmer than the thrive tablet and might give competition to all existing league of Android 3.x Honeycomb tablets. The images suggest it may carry the same 10.1-inch display size and more goodies would be amazing rather than the weight loss (slimmer outlook).

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