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While Samsung may have hogged the spotlight at the IFA convention with their brand new Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab 7.7, Toshiba is not doing bad in the tablet world today. We already knew Toshiba was working on an ultra-thin 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet, and it has finally been announced at IFA.
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Can Toshiba go from having the worst Andorid tablet last year at IFA Berlin to having the best device at this year’s show? NotebookItalia just filed a report that says Toshiba will unveil an ultra-thin Android tablet at IFA in September and the device will ... Read More »
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Not very often do we come across a video that manages to both disappoint us and impress us at the same time. But that’s exactly what happened with Toshiba’s unorthodox unboxing video of its upcoming Honeycomb tablet, the Thrive.
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The tablet war is soon to explode, and as affordable tablets keep rolling out, choices for the consumer are becoming very wide. Well, one of those budget-friendly tablets will be the Toshiba Tablet (which is what we have been calling it until now, and even Toshiba itself has), which is ... Read More »
Back in September I got to go hands-on with the Toshiba Folio 100 when I attended IFA in Berlin. I had high hopes for the device since it was one of the first Tegra 2 tablets I was able to play with, but I discovered the device was half-baked and I called it ... Read More »
On paper the Toshiba Folio looked like one of the hottest Android tablets coming this year – dual-core Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.2, 10.1 inch capacitive display, etc. However, I got to spend about an hour with the device and a senior Toshiba executive behind close doors at IFA and what I found ... Read More »