Toshiba unveils mystery Android tablet at CES

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Las Vegas, Jan 5: On the eve of International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011, Japan based electronics manufacturer Toshiba has showcased its 'mystery' tablet PC, which the company doesn't named it yet.

The new tablet is Toshiba's second tablet after Folio 100 which runs on Google Android 2.2 Froyo OS. The new device also runs on Froyo but it is expected to upgrade to Gingerbread or Honeycomb while it hit the markets.

Currently the new tablet is powered with Toshiba's SpursEngine processor but it will be shifted to Nvidia Tegra processor. Tablet also offers Toshiba's Resolution Plus, which gives a standard-definition video. It has a 10-inch capacitive touchscreen display.

Other features include dual cameras, 5 megapixels at rear and 2 megapixels at front, USB, Mini USB, HDMI and an SD Card slot.

Toshiba's new tablet specifications:
* 10-inch capacitive touchscreen display (1280 x 800 pixel)
* Accelerometer
* Ambient light sensor
* NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor (expected)
* Dual cameras
* 5 MP at rear
* 2 MP at front
* Android OS
* Toshiba Resolution Plus
* USB/Mini USB ports
* HDMI port
* SD card slot

"It'll come out in the spring of 2011 and the price, we haven't decided yet," said Chris Casper, a group manager at Toshiba's digital products division. Stay tuned for more updates.

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