Toshiba has introduced a new 10.1” Android tablet, the AT100-S102. The tablet is an upgrade on its existing AT100-100 and includes new additions like 3G connectivity and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
Front and back mountedncameras make chatting easy and photography a snap. Designed to provide up toneight hours of mixed browsing and video playback, the easy-to-exchangenbatteries mean the Toshiba AT100-S102 is always ready to go. The highnresolution self-adjusting screen makes sure that whatever is on-screen isnclearly visible under any light conditions. With quick data transfers, thenAT100-S102 smartly combines practical solutions with the ultimate Internetnexperience.
Consumers have the choice
“The new AT100-S102 with its Android operating systemnwill offer consumers sophisticated audio and video features. Its advancednhardware specifications will position the device in the high-end tabletnsegment,” says Jorge da Silva, Head of Sales for Toshiba Southern Africa. Usersnalso have the option of personalising their tablet by changing the robustneasy-grip back to any of six appealing colours.
Enhanced browsing and video experience inn16:10 format
Toshiba has maintained its special focus on the development of enhancednvideo, audio and internet experience in the specifications of the AT100-S102. The Toshiba tablet, powered by a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor,nfeatures a wide view 10.1-inch (25.7cm) diagonal multi-touch display in a 16:10nformat with 1280×800 pixels, providing ample room for viewing websites innlandscape or portrait mode, and allowing a cinematic experience for videonviewing and gaming.
Video and audio enhancement technologies
The AT100-S102’s Adaptive Display technologynconstantly adjusts parameters such as brightness and contrast according to thenambient lightening conditions, making sure that the tablet offers the bestnpossible image display automatically. In addition, Toshiba’s Resolution+™ntechnology is integrated as standard. This enhances the quality of standardndefinition videos to exploit the full potential of the AT100-S102’s high definition display, independent of the quality of the sourcenmaterial. Unparalleled sound quality is achieved with Toshiba’s audionenhancements that adapt sound output to the surrounding conditions. This meansnthat the tablet’s stereo speakers bring the sound quality of music tracks,nvideos and games to life like never before.
Well-equipped and ready to connect
Toshiba’s new tablet features a built-in gyroscope, an accelerometer,nintegrated GPS, a two megapixel front-facing camera and five megapixelnrear-facing camera. The Toshiba tablet has multiple connectivity options andnports that make it easy to integrate the device into everyday digital life. Thentablet features a full-size HDMI port to easily share photos and video on a TV,nas well as a full-size USB 2.0 port for connecting external hard drives andncameras, and a mini USB port. An SD Card slot provides options for additionalnstorage and transferring files. The tablet will also be equipped with 802.11nnWLAN. The tablet will offer access to the Google Android Market. Thisnformidable combination displays the versatility of the device – it is ideal forneveryday email and Internet use, it can be a high-def media capture or playbackndevice, and it can be used as an external storage solution.
The Toshiba AT100-S102 is available at a recommended pricenof R4,999.
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