Starting at a steep $649 and available June 10th, this is the largest Android tablet yet, featuring a billboard-like 13-inch screen.
Toshiba reveals the first post 10.1-inch tablet and outfits it with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Toshiba introduced the first tablet to break the 10.1-inch barrier. Its new Excite 13 sports a 13.3-inch IPS screen, running at a 1600x900 resolution and comes installed with Android 4.0. At only 0.4-inches thick the Excite 13 isnt much more substantial than most other tablets. It does weigh in at 2.2 pounds hose of you patiently awaiting the Tegra 3 quad-core tablet explosion have likely been disappointed in the last few months, but things look to be picking up. The Excite 13 houses a Tegra 3 CPU, 1GB of RAM, includes micro USB, Micro HDMI, four speakers, and like the Toshiba Thrive before it, a full-size SD card slot. A 2-megapixel front camera and a 5-megapixel back camera round out the features
Toshiba ExciteX10 Tablet Hands On - http://www.netbooknews.com - Checking out the new Toshiba ExciteX10 tablet that is known as the Toshiba AT200 in Europa at IFA 2011. The device is only 7.7mm thin, which makes it thinner than the iPad 2. Its got a TI OMAP 4430 Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 processor running at 1.2 ghz and uses Android 3.2 Honeycomb. The AT200 is supposed to last up to 7 hours, has two cameras with 2 and 5 mp. There is going to be a 3G version out this year, WiFi model comes first, but Tosh wasnt able to tell when.
Toshiba Excite X10 DemoToshiba announced the new Excite X10 tablet today at CES 2012, and hopes to launch it by the middle of this quarter. While you may be thinking, "Oh, its just another Honeycomb tablet," (and it is) but you have to give it some props for its super slim form factor.The new Toshiba Excite X10 will sell for $529 for the 16GB version,"and $599 for 32GB, and the company is still working out the details of when theyll be able to deliver an Ice Cream Sandwich update, or if well be seeing a 3G or 4G version any time soon. As tablets go, this one definitely has it in the looks department, even if it is lacking, at least temporarily, in the software. http"://tchno.be/yor7EJFor more tech goodness,"check us out at": http://www.technobuffalo.comFollow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/technobuffaloLike Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/technobuffaloCheck Us Out on Google + http://tchno.be/qxgw8yWatch more Revision3 CES coverage: http://www.youtube.com/rev3tech
Toshiba delivers the thinnest and lightest tablet weve seen yet, but the experience doesnt live up to its name.