Toshiba’s super-thin AT200 tablet would release in January 2012, which has finally unearthed from Toshiba Deutschland over Facebook on Monday. Although, Toshiba unveiled its excited product – ultra-thin 25.7 cm (10.1”) AT200 tablet – on September 1, 2011 and also declared that the product might come after Q4, But due to some reasons it has been delayed.
The new product delivers a broad range of essential port for interface and having wide–view display for comfortable web browsing to fulfill awesome experience.
Its Ultra-thin design possesses the features of Android™ 3.2-Honeycomb- with thickness of only 7.7 mm and weight of just 558 gm. Toshiba’s AT200 seems like a mobile phone but it is extremely smart and powerful.
Using essential interfaces and onboard ports such as micro-USB, micro-SD, Wi-Fi™ and Bluetooth, you may connect the ultra-slim tablet with the other devices. Its micro-HDMI-port allows streaming of HD content to the large screen TV.
It contains high quality media utilization-no matter where you are- that allows users to enjoy the video efficiently. It has brilliant 25.7 cm (10.1”) HD screen that display the pictures with crisp colors and full detail. Toshiba AT200 possess best quality sound, with stereo speakers that produces high quality sound playback. The sophisticated algorithms of Adaptive sound device Enhancer maximize the sound quality to the level that normally found with large speakers. Besides, Sound Masking Equalizer filter enhances the quality of sound which is distorted by surrounding noise.
Toshiba’s new tablet offers a rich web browsing experience including support of Adobe Flash player; access more than 250,000 apps on Android Market which places Toshiba for endless possibilities.
However, the new tablet will be commercially available only from January 2012 with different schedule for the US.
Though, we absolutely have no idea about the delay of Toshiba AT200 but it’s clear that the company is much coyly about its own 10.1-inch Android tablet, which is just around the corner.
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