Toshiba officially announced its Folio 100 tablet today -- a 10.1-inch device running Android 2.2 (Froyo).
It's a very intriguing device and the specs sounds great:
- 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen
- 1024 x 600
- Android 2.2 (Froyo)
- NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
- 16 GB internal storage (32 GB available SD expansion)
- Adobe Flash 10.1
- 1.3 MP front-facing camera
- USB 2.0
- Bluetooth 2.1
- WLAN (802.11)
- Mobile broadband (available Q1 2011)
For those who have been unhappy that the Galaxy Tab appears to be 3G-only, the Folio 100 will be Wi-Fi first, with 3G coming in 2011.
Some pre-installed software on the device: Opera Mobile, Toshiba Media Player, Fring, Evernote and Docs to Go.
Price is about $540 for the Wifi-only version. For a more detailed outline of the device, check the source for the full press release. Toshiba's first Android tablet looks great on paper, coming with USB and HDMI connectors and a Wifi-only version. [Toshiba - pdf warning]
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