Toshiba is about to release its biggest Android Tablet to date. Adorned with Tegra 3 processor, Toshiba’s 13.3-inch AT330 Tablet may have what it takes to dominate the market with its high specifications and larger size. It seems like Toshiba AT330 will soon be out to bully relatively smaller tablets running on lower specs hardware. If the company simply wants to dominate the market, a giant tablet packed with tons of features may be a good choice of weapon.
Currently, there is no available name for this device only AT330 which looks like a model number. There is a need to put a more descriptive name for this device so that it can easily be remembered and people would know how powerful or big this tablet is. AT330 does not reveal much of its current specs or its size.
The only information we have regarding the CPU in this device is that it runs on Tegra 3. We don’t know the clock frequency or the amount of RAM it will get. But to speculate, it may be running a 1.5GHz processor complemented with 2GB RAM. The version of Android this tablet comes packed with is not known yet but we are hoping Toshiba will save us from trouble by putting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in it.
Perhaps you are wondering why Samsung had to build a powerful tablet this big. Well, this was not just intended to become just a tablet, rather Samsung wants this beast turned into a mobile TV. That’s why you will be surprised knowing this tablet comes with a TV Tuner and a retractable antenna.
While it has all the capabilities of a typical tablet, the TV functionality is a plus factor. But we are not sure if people would like to see a bulky tablet because it is defeating the purpose. But anyhow, this might become big after it’s been released.
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