Three new Toshiba tablets will be presented at CES 2011

Published on December 16, 2010

Three new Toshiba tablets will be presented at CES 2011

    In January, Toshiba plans to introduce three new tablets based on the main mobile operating systems: Windows 7, Android OS, Chrome OS, as part of the CES-2011 (Consumer Electronic Show) in Los Angeles. It is expected that new items will be available in the first half of next year.
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    So, from the new year, the struggle for the tablet market will flare up with renewed vigor and Toshiba, taking a test step with the Folio100 model, continues to increase its efforts.

    New devices on Windows 7, Android OS, Chrome OS will expand the range of Toshiba laptops, and allow Toshiba fans to choose the exact operating system that they would like to work with.

    Details are few. It is only known that the first two models will have 10 inch displays, while the third will have a display length of 11.6 inches. A number of reputable publications also mention that the Japanese manufacturer will introduce a “tablet” with a diagonal of 7 inches, which will be positioned as a smartphone.

    We are waiting for news from overseas.