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Toshiba Introduces Regza AT300 Tablet For Japan

Toshiba Introduces Regza AT300 Tablet For Japan

At a recent news conference, Toshiba said it plans to launch its first tablet computer in Japan in June where it will be known as the Regza AT300. An official name for the US launch of this tablet has not been announced, though many reports believe it will be known as the Toshiba Thrive. A global launch for the tablet is expected around the same time as the Japanese launch. Toshiba showed off this tablet at CES in January.

The tablet will run Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and will feature a 10.1-inch screen, a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, front- and rear-facing cameras, 16GB of storage, and 1GB of memory. Expected connectivity options for the tablet include USB, miniUSB, HDMI, and an SD card slot. The tablet is also expected to offer 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1. Toshiba’s tablet will also feature a removable battery pack. A long-life battery will be an optional accessory.

In addition to the upcoming tablet, Toshiba is planning a glasses-free 3D laptop that uses a thin lens in front of the display along with a camera to provide a 3D experience for users. An official release date for this laptop, which is expected to be part of the Qosmio line, is not yet available.

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The Slate space is starting to get crowded with decent performing units now it seems.

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They all have the same specs, 10.1" screen, tegra 2, dual cameras, and honeycomb. Someone needs to break away from the pack. I really like the removable battery with extended battery option, that is a start at breaking away.

Glasses-free 3D, now we're talking! Still not for me but it's a step in the right direction. All the designer glasses makers will be upset that they only had a short run in the 3D glasses game.

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Yeah, wouldn't this space be perfect for an Ontario based slate with Win 7?

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It looks nice, hopefully Apple doesn't sue them for the rounded edges and using aluminum for the back.

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im curious about this autostereoscopic laptop. that'll be really interesting if it's priced right.

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I wonder if they could take there dual screen laptop and make both screens combined 3D. That would be kind of holographic!

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