When Honeycomb was announced, several exclusive tablets were announced, which were flagged by big brands, so the first one that rang was Motorola and the Xoom, and then, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the LG Optimus Pad 3D and more of the cover, the Toshiba, three tablets To inaugurate the line of Android tablets, however, Toshiba remained, we do not know very well why, lackluster, and many other brands that were not in the initial announcement, over time, they have gained more prominence than they, and have sold a lot plus, Toshiba staying in a strange minority, however, Toshiba insists, and surely, In that insistence and search to please the public, I came to fruition.
After introducing the thinnest tablet on the market with the Toshiba AT 200 that we announce, today they return to the load with a 7 inch tablet To complete your product line, we tell you how it is and when it arrives.
We go with the features of this tablet:
- 7-inch screen of 1280 x 800 pixels resolution
- Android 3.2 Honeycomb
- Nvidia Tegra 2 processor (Dual core at 1 GHz)
- 1 GB of RAM
- GPS, Wifi, Bluetooth, Gyroscope
- 2 mpx front camera and 5 megapixel rear camera with LED Flash
- 16 or 32 GB internal memory
- 11 mm thick and about amazing 399 grams (We love this tablet, which are light and bearable)
- Mini USB connection, Micro HDMI and Micro SD card slot
As we can see, a Honeycomb tablet with typical features, but, with some differences, which has practically everything, I don't miss connections, cameras, or anything. Simple but complete, and above all and as indicated, with an enviable weight and thickness. The 7 inches are a demand of the public of tablets and increasingly we see more possibilities in this size.
Will be available in December, it is assumed that in all markets, from the US to Europe. What we do not know is if there will be 3G model, something that I see essential in a 7-inch tablet and not so much in the 10-inch tablet. As I almost always do, I venture to give data regarding the price, not officially announced. It should be around (Model 16 Gb and Wifi) ? 329 PVP (which as we know in some markets can be found cheaper)
Now comes the typical question. Is it one more or an ideal for you?
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