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    Hi all,

    Toshiba is going for the slate market however, when & exactly what it will be... is not completely known!

    Take care,

    Jay

    Toshiba reveals Smart Pad tablet computer prototype
    By Rachel King | July 21, 2010, 2:05am PDT

    Toshiba reveals Smart Pad tablet computer prototype | ZDNet

    New tablet news had been rather slow as of late until this week. First Lenovo announces plans for the LePad, and now Toshiba has unveiled a prototype tablet named the “Smart Pad.” Why does everyone like adding “pad” to their slate computer names?

    Toshiba Australia’s managing director Mark Whittard showed off the Smart Pad down under this week. While not much is known, confirmed details include:

    It could run on either Android or Windows OS
    HDMI and USB connectivity available
    Hosts a multi-touch display
    Given that Toshiba is looking towards a late September/early October time frame for launch, we should be seeing more details soon. Anyone else excited about more competition in the tablet market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovedessert View Post
    Hi all,

    Toshiba is going for the slate market however, when & exactly what it will be... is not completely known!

    Take care,

    Jay

    Toshiba reveals Smart Pad tablet computer prototype
    By Rachel King | July 21, 2010, 2:05am PDT

    Toshiba reveals Smart Pad tablet computer prototype | ZDNet

    New tablet news had been rather slow as of late until this week. First Lenovo announces plans for the LePad, and now Toshiba has unveiled a prototype tablet named the “Smart Pad.” Why does everyone like adding “pad” to their slate computer names?

    Toshiba Australia’s managing director Mark Whittard showed off the Smart Pad down under this week. While not much is known, confirmed details include:

    It could run on either Android or Windows OS
    HDMI and USB connectivity available
    Hosts a multi-touch display
    Given that Toshiba is looking towards a late September/early October time frame for launch, we should be seeing more details soon. Anyone else excited about more competition in the tablet market?
    I'm ready. Bring them on!

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