We were wondering if Toshiba was likely to revealing its new 13.3 inch quad core tablet at CES, which was also teased at MWC show in Barcelona. But the thing is, it didn’t get launched. Now at 2012 conference in the United Kingdom, the new tablet from Toshiba has emerged.
Of course, at the moment, this is nothing more than a concept. This is a 13.3-inch tablet prototype built around NVIDIA’s quad core Tegra 3 platform and the unit had all your usual connectivity ports like USB, HDMI and SD card slot. The PocketLint was there to snap off a few pictures of the new device. Because it couldn’t power on, it was difficult to anticipate any details of its inner design, or what type of display would be used.
Judging by the images it looks to be extremely thin. The company also makes a special note that it is extremely light for its size. However, we don’t have any details of what Operating System it will run with (maybe Android Ice Cream Sandwich). Hit up the source link below to take a gander at more snaps of the tablet.
Source – PocketLint