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Toshiba Unveils Super-thin AT200, Thinner than Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or iPad 2

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Toshiba has made it official. The AT200 is Toshiba’s codename for their ultra-thin Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet to succeed the earlier Toshiba THRiVE. According to Toshiba, the tablet will be 7.7 mm thick and weighs about 558 grams, making it one of the thinnest Honeycomb tablets ever made. Toshiba did not provide pricing or availability for the super-slim tablet, but it’s reasonable to expect a release date sooner than later. The 10.1-inch Toshiba AT200 has a 1280×800-resolution display and includes full-size slots for laptops (microSD, microUSB, and Mini HDMI). A 1.2-GHz dual-core Texas Instruments processor will be powering the tab,…

Toshiba THRiVE Coming to U.K. as Toshiba AT100

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While the rumored Toshiba Excite is being flaunted off at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011) in Berlin, its thicker predecessor–the Toshiba THRiVE–is on its way to the United Kingdom. The Toshiba THRiVE will be called the Toshiba AT100 when it reaches the U.K. The product page for the Toshiba AT100 is already up at the Toshiba Europe website and shows the 16-gigabyte model.  There is no confirmation yet whether 8-GB and 32-GB models will also be made available.  No pricing information has been revealed yet either. The Toshiba AT100 runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb.  It has a 10.1-inch screen (1280×800 resolution) and…

First Photos of Super Thin Toshiba Excite Come Out of IFA 2011

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If a picture paints a thousand words, then the first live pictures of Toshiba’s upcoming ultra-slim tablet paint two thousand. The ultra-slim tablet was showcased at Toshiba’s booth in the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011) in Berlin. Notebook Italia was able to spot the tablet and took snapshots of the device. Notebook Italia learned that the tablet will be running Android (presumably Honeycomb). The pictures show a slimmer body compared to that of its predecessor, the Toshiba THRiVE, and slots for a full tablet (e.g., microUSB, micro HDMI, and microSD ports). The back cover is said to be of brushed metal…

Toshiba Excite Rumored to Be Name of Toshiba’s New Ultra-slim Tablet

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If U.S. trademark filings and domain name registrations were to serve as clues, Toshiba’s upcoming ultra-thin tablet just might have given away its upcoming name–the Toshiba Excite. Android Police reports that Babyfacemagee, one of the administrators of ThriveForums.com, found some recent trademark filings that gave an idea of the name for Toshiba’s upcoming tab.  Babyfacemagee is the same guy who discovered the name “Thrive” for the earlier Toshiba tablet. Babyfacemagee reportedly found U.S trademark filings for the term ‘EXCITE’.  The trademark filing was from Toshiba American Information Systems and was categorized for use for ‘Tablet Computers.’  The person also found…

Ultra-thin Successor for Toshiba THRiVE to Debut at IFA 2011

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Toshiba is preparing to unleash a new tablet this week at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011) in Berlin. This time, Toshiba’s new tablet is much thinner and is poised to better compete with the Apple iPad and other leading brands of Android tablets. The picture below reveals the comparative thickness of the Toshiba THRiVE and the new tablet from Toshiba. As you can see, this new tablet will definitely be lighter, thinner, and improved. We can expect it to be much better than the THRiVE with all enhancements and techy features available for it. This soon-to-be-released tablet is said to…

Toshiba Folio 100 paused in UK?

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It would appear as though the Toshiba Folio 100 has been put on hold by Dixons, Currys and PC World in the UK. Collectively owned by Dixons Retail plc. and known as PC City in Spain, Italy and Sweden, the price point for the tablet has been raised to £999.99 ($1613), allegedly to put consumers off inquiring about the device. This seems rather far fetched to me, but there are numerous reports of customer complaints regarding the device both in terms of build quality and software stability. Given that this tablet was designed to compete with the iPad, it falls…

Toshiba AC100 with 7 days of standby

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This little beast is the new Android 2.1 based netbook announced by Toshiba UK. The real WOW factor that this device brings is a remarkable 7 days worth of stand-by battery life. More to the point, this will churn out 8 hours of standard use. It runs on an NVIDIA Tegra 250 chip and offers a modest 512MB of DDR2 RAM coupled with 8GB of NAND flash memory. There is an SD/MMC card reader which will obviously allow you to expand the storage on the device considerably. There is a 1.3MP web-cam and microphone both suitable for use with one…

Toshiba Android tablet computer to hit USA

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Toshiba are set to release an Android based tablet similar to the European counter-part called the JournE Touch. According to the general manager of digital products for the US division, Jeff Barney, these tablets will be branded as ‘slates’ and will also come with a number of OS choices, including Windows 7. The bad news is that Android will only be used in the 10” model, which is pitted as a direct competitor to Apple’s iPad. I suppose the silver-lining here is that the Android device will float a lower price point than the more expensive Windows-based models which are…

Open Handset Alliance adds Garmin, Toshiba, Vodafone, and 11 others

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Yesterday, the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) announced a plethora of 14 brand new members to its clan of supporters. There are some pretty big names floating around in the list, including the world’s fifth largest personal computer manufacturer (Toshiba), and the world’s fourth largest mobile handset manufacturer (Sony Ericsson). Throw in Garmin to find your way and Vodafone to give you signal and you’re set. Still missing from the list are the United States’ largest mobile carriers, AT&T and Verizon Wireless. The list of new OHA members follows: