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Toshiba Excite Pure, Pro and Write tablet retail availability expands

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 Excite Pure, Pro and Write Tegra-powered tablets unveiled

Coming out of Computex, 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 AT10LE-A leak reveals an NVIDIA Tegra 4 tablet

Following a previous AnTuTu benchmark discovery of the Toshiba AT10LE-A tablet, it looks like the device has once again surfaced. This time however, as opposed to simply seeing a benchmark report, we are being treated to some images along with some specs and other details. Basically, it is looking like the AT10LE-A tablet will be powered by a Tegra 4 processor.

Toshiba reveals Lytro-style refocus camera for smartphones

New details have surfaced today that the folks from 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 announces 10-inch AT300SE tablet

Toshiba has announced a new tablet for the UK market. The new AT300SE comes equipped with a 10.1-inch screen featuring a 1280 x 800 resolution. Toshiba says that this tablet is positioned for the everyday tablet user, although it's not quite clear what the so-called "everyday tablet user" is.
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