Toshiba too has an Android Honeycomb tablet up its sleeve though it did not have a name till now. Spec wise, the tablet is impressive with a 10 inch 1280 x 800 pixel display along with a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core CPU. Further, the tablet includes USB and HDMI ports as well as a SD card slot that will let one to expand their storage options. Then there is also an integrated light sensor as well as a 2 megapixel camera at the front along with a 5 megapixel unit at the back while connectivity options with the tablet includes both Bluetooth and WiFi. The tablet also has its own official website though the one thing that the tablet surprisingly lacks is a proper name.
However, that seems to have been taken care of if the guys as tabletguide are to be believed. Its somewhat like this: the tablet was also on display at the MCW just as it was at the CES just last month. The demo unit ran Android 2.2 Froyo. While playing around with the tablet, the name ‘Antares’ was evident in the about section under settings. The same for a different device would show the name of the particular device.
So if there are no drastic changes in between, its Toshiba Antares that we are going to have amongst us and we hope, it happens soon.
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