Asia Bizz: Japanese electronics company, Toshiba, might be preparing to debut its Thrive tablet PC. The reports that the tablet might be launched at the upcoming IFA 2011 event that will be held later this week, and the news has been flashing on the internet.
The Toshiba Thrive tab is a slimmer honeycomb-powered tablet and is yet to be named by the company. It has a huge 10.1 inch display and is made of metal and glass. It will also come with HDMI Connectivity and will have a front-facing camera. The tab will also have a micro SD card slot, along with an integrated combo mic/headphone socket.
The tab will be powered by the Honeycomb edition of the Android OS. Externally, the tab will have stylish looks, while the internal features of the tab have not ye been disclosed by the company. Certain reports have claimed that the new tablet will be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset, similar to the Thrive. It is also expected that the connectivity features of the tab will be quite standard and will include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. There are also chances that the tab will also have 3G/4G options, that will attract the mobile internet users also.
In the meantime, experts and users across will eagerly await the release of the newest tab by Toshiba.