Toshiba has released a teaser on a new site pointing towards its forthcoming Android Honeycomb-based tablet, one which the company hopes will erase all bad memories left by its predecessor, the Folio 100.
The site, Toshiba Tablet, provides more details about the yet-to-be-named device that was launched at CES 2011.
We like the fact that it will be the first tablet with a proper HD ready screen (1280x720 pixels) and will offer the first user-removable battery on any mainstream tablet, allowing you to upgrade at a later stage.
There's an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core, Cortex A9-based processor, Wi-Fi, a 5-megapixel rear camera without flash (but with AF), a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, two SRS-certified speakers Wi-Fi, Flash compatibility, two USB ports, HDMI, a SDslot and a headphone jack.
Toshiba says that it will come with a slip-resistant back called EasyGrip, that will be available in five colours in total. The tablet will be able to output in full HD and Toshiba claims that the Resolution+ display technology on the tablet will enhance standard video to HD quality.