Mobile computing just got a little more interesting with the launch of the Toshiba AT200 Tablet. Revealed at the IFA show in Germany, this tablet comes with a 10.1-inch capacitive LCD panel and super-slim design. Here we look a look at what makes this incredibly slim but fully featured tablet tick.
Tablets have taken the world by storm and with the launch of the AT200 Tablet, Toshiba is highlighting its commitment to the format with a device that is not only powerful but also fully-featured an d packed with a highly practical battery life.
Slim and slight
Tablets are all about portability and the Toshiba AT200 Tablet strikes the right cord with a look and style all its own. With an overall weight of just 558g and measuring a slim and slight 256 x 176 x 7.7mm, the tablet is not only full-featured but also happens to be one of the slimmest such devices around.
The Toshiba AT200 Tablet comes with a 10.1-inch touchscreen that packs in a pin-sharp resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. This 16:10 aspect ratio display makes it ideal for viewing web pages as well as making collaborative tasks easier. The built-in ambient light sensor is fitted to give you the right screen brightness, no matter your location.
Toshiba’s new tablet offers an amazing web browsing experience, including support for Adobe Flash Player as well as access to Toshiba Places. With Toshiba Media Player supporting a wide selection of video, picture and audio formats, you’ll be able to watch movies and share photos in style. Designed for a life on the move, the Toshiba AT200 Tablet offers a fantastic battery life, allowing for up to eight hours of continuous video playback, alternatively, over eight hours of heavy every-day use from a single charge.
Powerful tech spec
When it comes to performance, you’ll find the Toshiba AT200 Tablet offers plenty of power for everyday tasks. Powered by the 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor and backed by 1GB of RAM, this is a fully-fledged powerhouse and with 64GB of solid-state memory you’ll be able to store all your files and media with ease.
Life on the move
If you’re looking for an all-in-one solution, the Toshiba AT200 Tablet is the ideal choice. After all, it packs in stereo 1.5Watt speakers, 5-Megapixel rear camera, 2-Megapixel front-facing camera, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth GPS, 3D Accelerometer, gyrometer, electronic compass, as well as Micro-USB, micro-SD and micro-HDMI ports.
The Toshiba AT200 Tablet is set to launch across Europe later this year and pricing in the UK will be revealed closer to the launch date. What do you think, is this the best looking, most feature-rich tablet yet? Let us know your thoughts on the Toshiba AT200 Tablet in the Comments below.