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Thursday, 24 May 2012 11:17

Toshiba AT300 tab goes official

Written by Fudzilla staff

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10.1-inch Tegra 3 with a dash of ICS

Toshiba’s new quad-core AT300 tablet has gone official. The 10.1-incher is powered by a Tegra 3 processor and it runs Ice Cream Sandwich.

Toshiba went out of its way to make the AT300 a bit more appealing to picky consumers after premium products, thus the tablet features an aluminium shell and Gorilla Glass. At 8.9mm it is also relatively thin and the design is pretty sleek.

Nothing is missing from the spec sheet, either. The AT300 features 16GB or 32GB of storage, 1GB of DDR3 memory and an eMMC card slot capable of handling up to 64GB. A full-sized SDHC card slot is also on board, along with micro-USB, micro-HDMI and stereo speakers rated at 1W.

The only unimpressive spec is the screen resolution. Toshiba went for a 1280x800 screen, while other Android players are already planning 1920x1200 panels for their high-end devices. There is no word on price, either.

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