The last time Toshiba tried its hand at a Tegra 2 tablet, it stank. Will this mysterious 10.1-inch Android tablet do any better? Probably not. It will run on Android Honeycomb, however. Updated: Hands On
At a press conference celebrating 25 years of laptop-making, Mark Whittard, Managing Director of Toshiba Australia, concluded by showed off a prototype for the Toshiba SmartPad, a tablet he said would hit sometime around October of this year.
Toshiba's got a new take on mobile internet devices, and it is one that sorta kinda makes sense. Its 7-inch JournE Touch is based on Windows CE, has an ARM processor and isn't meant to leave the living room.