Meet Toshiba’s 10.1-Inch Regza Tablet AT300

Toshiba has officially announced a name and price for the 10.1-inch Android tablet that recently surfaced. Everyone say hello to the dual-core Tegra 2-powered Regza Tablet AT300! Featuring a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display and running Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the tablet arrives in Japan in June with price of around $700 (US dollars). The Regza AT300 boasts 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, two cameras (5MP rear, 2MP front), an SD card slot, mini USB and USB ports, and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) connectivity . The screen for this tablet is said to be an “Adaptive Display” which works better in outdoor conditions, providing a clear image with terrific viewing angles. In terms of software and services, the tablet will integrate with Toshiba HDTV, Blu-ray players, laptops other technology.

Source: Press Release (translated) via SlashGear

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7 Comments

  1. mnkyhead
    April 20, 17:59 Reply

    well that price is to be the same state side, it just made my decision between this and the transformer

  2. Grants04
    April 20, 18:26 Reply

    Still too high Android tabs. Get it down and you’ll have a winner.

  3. Grants04
    April 20, 18:26 Reply

    Still too high Android tabs. Get it down and you’ll have a winner.

  4. Anonymous
    April 20, 18:53 Reply

    I guess Asus wins at that price.. and what the hell is up with the name?

  5. flipper
    April 20, 19:30 Reply

    If either ever comes…Why would Staples, Best Buy and Amazon all post “coming soon” in Early April for a Tablet not coming until late June…I am Bummed…That IS NOT SOON

  6. Mike
    April 27, 01:40 Reply

    Buy? Not at that price! I hoped for something that would at least better that of iPad2. Looks like Galaxy or Acer for me.

  7. flipper
    April 27, 16:16 Reply

    Foreign Prices are always higher because of VAT, tarrifs, Taxes you name it..Look at Asus Transformer prices in Dollars before it came to the US…

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