Japanese multinational conglomerate Toshiba has made public their long overdue AT100 Android tablet goes on sale today, in the UK.
The Toshiba AT100 was announced way back in January, at Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show and as the next generation of their tablets. The device was set to have a shipping date of the first half of 2011, but nothing was really heard after that point and for some time too.
Toshiba released details in June the tablet that had ‘no name’ was to be called the ‘Thrive’ with a July arrival date, although that now appears to be only a USA centric name as the Blighty inbound version arrives with the moniker of ‘AT100’ from today onwards.
The Toshiba AT100 is capable of surfing the web, reading emails, watching HD movies, reading ebooks and online newspapers, whilst also using social network sites with a 7 hours battery life and a weight of 765grams .
The AT100 tablet arrives with a 10.1-inch 1280x800 capacitive touchscreen display, running from an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, with access to WIFI, a USB and a HDMI port.
Toshiba’s tablet arrives with the OS specifically geared up for these devices, in Android ‘Honeycomb’ 3.1, with Adobe flash support and the Toshiba Resolution+ image enhancement and sound technology to ensure a premium multimedia performance.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com