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In pics: the Toshiba Tablet

Tech | | January 4, 2011, 8:46 am
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[caption id=<img class="size-full wp-image-781148" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/316_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers." /> Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers.[/caption]" title="[caption id="attachment_781148"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781148" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/316_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers." />
Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers.[/caption]">
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[caption id="attachment_781148"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781148" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/316_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers." />
Toshiba Corp is making its foray into the tablet war, offering a 10-inch device it says will be comparable in price to Apple's iPad.

The Toshiba Tablet, which will be available in the first half of 2011 and run Google's forthcoming Honeycomb version of the Android operating system, is targeted at consumers.[/caption]

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[caption id=<img class="size-full wp-image-781149" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/02_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store." /> Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store.[/caption]" title="[caption id="attachment_781149"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781149" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/02_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store." />
Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store.[/caption]">
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[caption id="attachment_781149"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781149" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/02_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store." />
Like other touchscreen tablets, it plays high-definition videos and is designed for Web browsing, games and electronic books.

The 1.7-pound tablet, which uses Nvidia's Tegra 2 mobile processor, connects to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but has no built-in capability to connect to high-speed mobile phone networks. It features front and rear-facing cameras, and will have access to an applications store.[/caption]

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[caption id=<img class="size-full wp-image-781150" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/03_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas." /> Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas.[/caption]" title="[caption id="attachment_781150"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781150" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/03_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas." />
Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas.[/caption]">
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[caption id="attachment_781150"]<img class="size-full wp-image-781150" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/03_toshiba_tablet_040111.jpg" alt="Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas." />
Toshiba's tablet will be competitively priced versus the iPad, which starts at $499, although the company declined to be more specific.

Toshiba will show off the tablet this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas.[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_781151"] With roughly 5 per cent of the global PC market, Toshiba is one of a host of companies attempting to steal a piece of the emerging tablet market from Apple. [/caption]

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 Global tablet sales are expected to explode to more than 50 million in 2011, as rivals including Research in Motion Ltd, and Hewlett-Packard Co launch new devices.
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Global tablet sales are expected to explode to more than 50 million in 2011, as rivals including Research in Motion Ltd, and Hewlett-Packard Co launch new devices.

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 Apple, which sold more than 12 million iPads in 2010, according to analysts' estimates, is expected to dominate the market in the near term. Rival tablets that have already launched from companies like Samsung and Dell have not been able to beat Apple on price point. (Reuters)
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Apple, which sold more than 12 million iPads in 2010, according to analysts' estimates, is expected to dominate the market in the near term. Rival tablets that have already launched from companies like Samsung and Dell have not been able to beat Apple on price point. (Reuters)

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