Sep 1 2011, 10:06am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Toshiba unveiled the ultra-thin 10.1-inch AT200 table at the IFA 2011. Despite measuring only 7.7mm from front to back, the Toshiba AT200 delivers a broad range of essential ports and interfaces. It offers an amazing wide-view display for comfortable content consumption plus full web browsing capabilities to meet the preferred usage for tablets. Every bit as powerful as it is stylish and robust, this tablet is built to exceed expectations. The Toshiba AT200 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2011 in Europe.
The Toshiba AT200 runs on Android 3.2 on a TI OMAP 4430 1.2Ghz CPU. Other features of the Toshiba AT200 include 1GB RAM, 1,280x800px screen resolution, up to 64GB storage, microSD slot, micro-HDMI port, GPS, 5MP camera, 2MP front camera and stereo speakers.
When Toshiba is releasing the AT200 is not clear. There is also no price yet for this new ultra-thin tablet.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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