Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Toshiba's 10.1-inch Android tablet will be announced at CES 2011. The tablet will run the upcoming Honeycomb version of Android using a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 chip.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

The expected Android buttons for home, menu, back, and search are present on the tablet's bezel.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Here you can see the metal outer bezel, which wraps around the edge of the tablet, securing the glass-covered display.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

A front-facing 2-megapixel camera is integrated into the front of the tablet.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Buttons for mute, volume, and power are included on the side.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

A lock switch is found on the top edge of the tablet.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Also included is a memory card slot, which accepts full-size SDHC cards.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

The tablet's screen supports multitouch and displays a maximum resolution of 1,280x800 pixels (720p).
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

The back of the Toshiba tablet includes a 5-megapixel camera.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

A textured, rubberized finish is used on the back and sides and can be swapped out for multiple colored and textured finishes.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Another view of the back of the Toshiba tablet.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Here's the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet (right) shown next to the Apple iPad.
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Toshiba Android Honeycomb 10.1-inch tablet

Here's another shot of the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet (right) shown next to the Apple iPad. As you can see, the Toshiba tablet's screen is slightly larger and stretches out to a slightly wider 16:10 aspect ratio, compared with the iPad.
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