Toshiba teases the public with it New Android Tablet with HoneyComb OS!

So we got a look at the Toshiba Tablet earlier this month at CES 2011 and now Toshiba has decided to tease us a little by putting up a short video on their website (here). Although short the video displays many of the upcoming devices features. In case you missed some of those features here they are for you:

  • 10-inch screen (720p resolution)
  • Ambient light sensor for adjusting screen brightness
  • 5 megapixel rear camera
  • Front facing camera
  • SD card slot (assuming expendable to 32GB)
  • HDMI out
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack
  • NVIDA Tegra 2 processor
  • GPS
  • And more including a USB port.

This tablet is defiantly highly anticipated but it's kind of odd that Toshiba has yet to name this device considering it should be dropping soon. I personally am interested to see how this tablet stacks up against other tablets such as the Galaxy Tab 2, Playbook, and the many more upcoming tablets.  Another thing I interested to checkout for myself is how this system will run with the new Android Honeycomb OS in terms of what changes will be made to the Android OS. Hopefully though, this hands on video from IntoMobile will hold you guys over for a while.

IntoMobile goes hands on:


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