At the IFA 2011 trade show in Berlin, Toshiba brought out its new tablet slated to hit the European market in the fourth quarter of this year. The Toshiba AT200 looks to be a high-end offering, running on the latest version of Android Honeycomb (3.2).
The tablet has a 10.1” screen with full HD capabilities. It’s only 7.7 mm thick, but battery life for media consumption is estimated to be about 8 hours. It will be Wi-Fi compatible, have micro USB, micro SD, and micro-HDMI ports, and feature front and back facing cameras. Solid specs aren’t available yet, but more information will likely come out closer to the time of release.
Toshiba looks to promote heavily its audio technology with the AT200. The Adaptive Sound Device Enhancer gives large-speaker quality sound, while the Sound Masking Equalizer finds and enhances sound that is being distorted by surrounding or background noise.
Here’s hoping more information becomes available soon, but we do know that Toshiba aims to release the AT200 in Europe sometime during the fourth quarter of this year.