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Toshiba Regza AT300 -- the 10.1 inch tablet gets a name, Japan release info

Toshiba has finally unveiled their 10.1 inch Honeycomb tablet, dubbed the Toshiba Regza AT300 -- at least in Japan.  It's the same delicious bit of hardware we got to play with at CES, and have seen plastered all over as the Toshiba "Ant".  The tablet packs a Tegra 2 and a full 1 GB of RAM under the hood, has both full-size and mini USB ports, HDMI out, and now we learn it will integrate with Toshiba's other Regza products, like Televisions and Blu-ray players.

The Regza AT300 is scheduled for a June release in Japan, checking in at 60,000 Yen -- or about $720.  That's a bit higher than the previous pricing of $449 - $579 we've seen, but we can't base US pricing on the Japanese model.  No word on when to expect this in the west, but we certainly hope it isn't too far off.  Hit the break to see our hands-on.  [Toshiba (Japanese) via Mobile Burn]

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  • what a crappy name. what about the rumor names from yesterday?
  • ....I want this!
  • I agree, bad name.
  • Toshiba names its TV's with the same moniker. Regza Android Tablet helps Toshiba relate its high end TV's with another media device.
  • Absolutely. Brand name recognition equals market appeal.
  • I guess it's better than Ipad.
  • Can someone get these people some screen cleaner please. That shit looks gross. Other than that this looks like a great tablet. I hope the price ends up right. BTW, the official website confirms hardware changes(no cap buttons) and Honeycomb(2.x in the video).
  • what is up with all the big bezels?
  • I've heard that it has a native resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, and the screen is based on Adaptive Display, which makes it look better under sunlight.