While Toshiba's previous tablet efforts certainly didn't go unnoticed, they weren't exactly home runs for the company either. For CES 2012 though, Toshiba looks to be hoping to carve out their own portion of the tablet market by offering a cost effective device to masses.
Not a whole lot of specs have been revealed in the latest leak but from what has been gathered thus far we're looking at a 7-inch tablet with a a screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels powered by an Qualcomm Snapdragon processor -- that differs from the NVIDA Tegra 2 found in other Toshiba tablets such as the Thrive.
Like other Toshiba tablets before it, this one will come loaded with microUSB, microSD and Bluetooth alongside a wireless LAN. There is a camera on the back as well but, we're not expecting much from it as Toshiba has left a LED flash out of the equation. Want to see more? Jump past the break for some more images to feast your eyes upon.
Source: Notebook Italia; Thanks, Marco!