Toshiba AC100-10Z

Toshiba updates AC100 to Android 2.2 with Flash Player support

Toshiba's Froyo update for the AC100 smartbook has been released, bringing Android 2.2 along with Flash Player 10.1 support to the Tegra 2 based ultraportable. Spotted by owner Steve Paine (of Carrypad fame), the 202MB update was pushed out this morning via Toshiba's official software upgrade tool. It replaces the Android 2.1 Eclair OS the AC100 launched with back in the second half of 2010, and will hopefully add up to a new turn of speed for the 10-inch ultraportable. Without a touchscreen, many of the original complaints about the AC100 will still stand, but at least it shows that Toshiba hasn't forgotten completely about the device. [via SlashGear]

Toshiba AC100 Review with Closeups!

Toshiba is about to bite the bullet with one miraculous device that hopes to hang on to every market from huge smartphones to netbooks to the smallest of portables. All of that's here, borrowed and carefully screwed together in the Toshiba AC100. It looks like one thing, runs like another, and has a cute little Android inside of it.

Toshiba AC100 Arrives In The UK

The Toshiba smartbook AC100, running Android 2.1 is now available in the UK. Sad news is, that it is only the AC100-10Z, with no 3G access, but has Wi-Fi b/g/n for connectivity. Pricing is £292.52 including tax ($449), and that includes 8GB of flash memory along with Bluetooth.