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The tablet will cost 399 to 499 euros in Europe when it goes on sale later this year. Here's a hands-on look at it and Toshiba's AC100 Android Netbook.
Toshiba's Android Netbook compares favorably with Windows-Intel Netbooks, though the operating system has a few drawbacks, according to NetbookNews.
At the huge IFA consumer electronics show, the big names in tech show off their newest wares, including an Android-based tablet from Samsung and a cloud-based music service from Sony.
Toshiba's Android-based laptop is the first among top tiers to sport a dual-core ARM processor.