Toshiba has just announced its latest Android tablet, the AT300 running a quad core Nvidia’s Tegra 3 with 1GB of DDR3 RAM. This 10.1 inch tablet is an impressive 8.95mm thick with an aluminum shell and a Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 1280 x 720, it also boasts 10 hours of run time with a 2MP front facing camera and 5MP on the rear. This new offering measures 260.6 x 178.
Connectivity wise we’ve got WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, a full-sized SD card slot that is capable of handling SDHC/and SDXC memory cards which is a pretty interesting inclusion since it would make it interesting for those of you sporting a high-speed DSLR. It also has a combo audio in/out port, a microUSB and a micro HDMI output, along with a pair of 1W speakers with SRS audio and an eMMC card slot for up to 64GB of exta memory. Storage is either 16GB or 32GB, and the Tegra 3 is paired with 1GB of DDR3 memory.
Toshiba also provided some interesting guess work on battery life, they think it will last 10hrs playing video, or up to 12hrs if you use it for 10-percent audio playback (screen off), 60-percent web browsing over WiFi, 10-percent video playback and the rest in standby.
With its thin profile and extra features its sure to lure away a few potentialcustomers, especially with the full size SD card slot. No word on pricing, but expect it in Q2 2012.