As well as being ultra slim, it’s also lightweight at 0.54kg and features a 10.1 inch (1280x800 resolution) IPS display, a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4420 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and two cameras (five megapixel and two megapixel.) It also sports built-in speakers, a micro-HDMI, micro-USB 2.0, and a microSD card slot.
Due to be released this quarter, priced at $529 for the 16GB and $600 for the 32GB version in the US, it’s currently unknown whether the Toshiba’s new slate will sport the new Android operating system
The Excite 10 is a very nice looking tablet, but with the quad-core Transformer Prime currently available at around about the same price, Toshiba is probably a little ambitious with its price point. Nonetheless, it’s a move in the right direction for the Tokyo based manufacturer, who has so far failed to penetrate the tablet market.