their recent introduction of higher end devices to the market. We’ve seen tis one before in benchmark tests, but now we have a name: the Excite 7. The Excite 7 is the smallest Toshiba has on offer at — you guessed it — a 7-inch screen. It doesn’t pack much of a spec punch, but the price is right.
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Toshiba has unveiled the latest form that its TransferJet technology will take: a micro-USB adapter that will plug into most Android smartphones. The company has also given a glimpse of a chip utilizing the same technique that may make its way to smartphones next year.
Toshiba announced a trio of tablets back in early-June. The models included the Excite Pure, Excite Pro and Excite Write. At the time Toshiba announced the full set of specs, the pricing and even had the tablets available in June. The catch with that last part, the June availability was limited to the Toshiba website. They did however promise that additional retail availability was coming in July.
Toshiba unveiled a trio of tablets back in June and as of today it is looking like they have at least one more currently in the works. The details are still on the lighter side, but they are coming as a result of some benchmarks. Specifically, the Toshiba AT7-A tablet has recently been spotted on the GFXBench site with details of the processor, graphics and display.
Toshiba has unveiled a trio of Tegra powered tablets all of which are sporting 10.1-inch displays and running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The new lineup consists of the Excite Pure, Excite Pro and Excite Write. Availability will begin later this month and expand to additional retailers in July. In the meantime, Toshiba has offered up plenty of spec related details.
Toshiba are working on an impressive Lytro-like mini camera module for smartphones and tablets. If you're asking yourself what Lytro is, you should check this out. Essentially you'll be able to refocus and perfect parts of a photo well after you've snapped the image. the Lytro camera was rather large, so getting this into a smartphone would be quite the task. More details after the break.
Toshiba are on a roll this holiday season. Earlier this morning we reported their popular Excite 7.7 tablet was getting updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and right on its trail is the larger 10-inch flavor getting the same treat. According to reports this has actually been rolling out all week, just at a slow pace.
Toshiba has just announced a brand new 10-inch tablet which shall be known as the Excite 10 SE. Toshiba is going for the higher end tablet market with this new model. It comes loaded with all the hardware you would expect to see from a tablet on upper-end of the spectrum.