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Toshiba's Folio 100

Toshiba Folio 100 profile

Android interface on Toshiba Folio 100

Toshiba Market Place on a Folio 100

Android icons on a Folio 100

Toshiba Folio 100 with Opera

Toshiba AC100

Slender Toshiba AC100

Android 2.1 in the Toshiba AC100

Rendering difficulty

Google Maps on Toshiba AC100

BERLIN--Toshiba debuted its Folio 100 tablet here at the IFA electronics show. The tablet has a 10.1-inch multitouch screen and comes with or without 3G wireless network support.
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The Folio is slim, with a depth of 14mm.
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The Android interface is mostly intact on the Toshiba Folio 100. Here, testers have left duplicate clocks and music-player widgets; across the bottom are applications that can be launched.
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Toshiba Place service comes with a Market Place component for buying movies, music, books, news, and applications. This component, though, is used to publish content to specific Web sites.
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Android phone users will be familiar with the application icons on the Toshiba Folio 100.
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Android comes with its own browser, but Toshiba installs Opera Mobile onto the Folio 100.
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The Toshiba AC100 Netbook, like the Folio 100, features a 10.1-inch screen, but it's got a keyboard, too, and the display isn't a touch screen.
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The AC100 is a slim package. It uses an Nvidia Tegra 250 Mobile Processor, an ARM-based model running at 1GHz.
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The Folio 100 uses Android 2.2, aka Froyo, but the AC100 uses the somewhat more limited Android 2.1, aka Eclair.
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The Toshiba AC100 comes with an e-book reader app, but at least on this model it didn't handle landscape orientation well.
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The Android browser in the Toshiba AC100 can be used for a variety of tasks, but those accustomed to PC browsers will have to learn a different interface.
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