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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.

Toshiba tosses AT300 Android tablet into the limelight

Toshiba UK has officially announced the launch of the new Toshiba AT300 thin and lightweight Android 4.0 tablet. Toshiba says that while the tablet is beautifully thin and lightweight, it doesn't compromise on power or performance. The machine uses a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor packed inside a brushed aluminum body.

Toshiba Excite 13 spotted at the FCC

We'd already heard that Toshiba's ridiculously oversized Godzilla tablet was coming stateside eventually, but just in case you needed some confirmation, the FCC got their hands on the Excite 13 earlier today. There's no surprises here, with the possible exception of the fact that the FCC boys managed to fit the 13-inch tablet into their testing machines. The last that we heard, the Excite 13 was headed for retailers in June, so the customary stop off at the FCC is quite expected. In case your memory's a little fuzzy, the Excite 13 packs a whopping 13.3-inch screen with a 1600x900 resolution on a traditional TFT panel. NVIDIA's ever more ubiquitous Tegra 3 quad-core is aboard, as is what looks like mostly stock Ice Cream Sandwich - Huzzah! The tablet has some monster dimensions at 10.1mm thick and 2.2 pounds, and uses that bulk to cram in four SRS speakers and a capacity of 32GB or 64GB. The tablet will cost $649.99 and $749.99 repsectively when it hits retailers in June. The more pedestrian Excite 10 is scheduled to come out sometime in the next few weeks, and the smaller Excite 7.7 (with a fabulous 720p Super AMOLED display) will also hit in June. Both of the smaller tablets get a Tegra 3 processor, though they'll be considerably less expensive: the Excite 10 starts at $449.99 and the Excite 7.7 will go for $499.99. [timeline] [via Liliputing]

Android Community Weekly: April 15th, 2012

Welcome once again to our weekly update on everything you need to know in the Android universe. If you've neglected your news for the last seven days, take a few minutes to consider the following - everything else is a sideshow. There's a considerable amount of hardware, software, modding and business news to cover in the Android world, so settle in. While no earth-shattering announcements were made this week, those who like big tablets and even bigger acquisitions should be well satisfied.

Toshiba Excite 10 tablet spotted at the FCC

Toshiba made a splash with a trio of new Ice Cream Sandwich tablets on Monday: the Excite 7.7, Excite 10 and Excite 13, at 7.7, 10 and a massive 13.3 inches, respectively. At the time the company announced that it was launching the (boring) 10-inch version in May, with the 7.7 and 13-inchers to follow in June. It looks like they're wasting no time in making the deadline, as Liliputing spotted the obligatory FCC ID page for the Excite 10, a necessary step for any piece of wireless consumer electronics in the US.

Toshiba unveils 7.7, 10 and 13-inch Excite tablets running ICS

Watch out, Samsung: there's a new manufacturer looking to cover all the tablet bases. Toshiba's Excite line, previously restricted to a single 10-inch model, grows by three today. The company pulled the curtain off three new entries in the line, with screens sized 7.7, 10 and a massive 13.3-inches, all of them running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors. The Excite 10 goes on sale next month, with the Excite 7.7 and Excite 13 following in June.

Android Community Weekly: March 25th, 2012

With the Ides of March fully behind us, the folks at Android Community are looking forward to summer... and all the drool-worthy hardware it brings. The last week saw quite a bit of activity in that space, with new hardware being announced and leaked steadily. Of course there's plenty of movement on the software front as well, with more and more devices getting upgraded (or at lease getting the promise of an upgrade) and the first hints of Android 4.0.5, the latest version of Ice Cream Sandwich.
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