Monday, December 19, 2011

Toshiba's New Dynabook WT301/D Android Tablet

Toshiba Dynabook WT301/DAndroid is coming on strong in the tablet PC market. Apple completely set the standard for tablets when it first unveiled the original iPad (which seems like a lifetime ago) and held the spot as the tablet to have. However, tablets running the Android operating system are starting to give the iPad some stiff competition, mainly because only one company, Apple, can make the iPad and every other company out there can make an Android tablet. One of the biggest Android tablet makers is Toshiba and they have just unveiled their newest tablet to hit the market, the Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D.

Toshiba already has a number of Android tablets in its repertoire though this latest 10" tablet is said to run on Windows 7 Professional, giving it a little something extra over previous models. The device itself is coming soon to Japan and has been completely aimed toward enterprise users. As far as specs are concerned, the Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D has a 10.1", 1,366 x 768 pixel display along with an Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM and a 64GB solid state drive.

Seeing as how tablets are designed to be mobile, this device comes with 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and a front-facing VGA camera along with a 1.3MP rear camera allowing you to take pictures and video chat with ease. The Toshiba Dynabook also has built-in stereo speakers, USB and micro HDMI ports. In addition to that, the tablet will come with business software like Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010.

Unfortunately, as it stands right now, the Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D is only set to release in Japan in January. There is currently no word on whether or not it will be branching out to other countries or when that may happen but I would wager that you may see this tablet hit stateside in the Spring of 2012.

Source: liliputing - Toshiba introduces 10-inch Windows tablet in Japan

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