Toshiba Folio 100 Android Tablet Debuts At IFA 2010

Posted: Sep 2 2010, 1:43pm CDT | by , in News | IFA

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The rumored Toshiba Android Tablet is here.

Toshiba unveiled today the Folio 100 Android Tablet at the IFA 2010. The Folio 100 goes head-to-head with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab, also unveiled today at the IFA 2010. The Toshiba Folio 100 has a 10.1 inch display with 1024x600 pixels and runs Android 2.2 on a NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform. Other features of the Folio 100 include 16GB Storage, Bluetooth, optional 3G, HDMI, USB, Wi-fi 802.11n and 7 hour battery life.

Measurements of the Toshiba Folio 100 are 281x181x14mm and the weight is 760g.

The Folio 100 Wi-fi will be available in Europe in November for 429 Euro. The Folio 100 3G comes in Q1 2011 for 529 Euro.

The IFA 2010 Consumer Electronics Show will take place in Berlin from September 3rd to September 8th. The IFA 2010 is celebrating the 50th edition and we will be reporting about all the new announcements. Stay tuned for tons of 3D TV related news.

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