After taking a hiatus of almost four months, the news has spotted this “Toshiba ANT” leak on a market inventory unearthing two sizes for a Honeycomb tablet. As of today, Tosh has finally announced the Regza Tablet in Japan, which would be the first-flagship slate of the company destined to compete with iPad and other Android’s finest tablets from Moto, LG and HTC.
To be more specific, Toshiba Regza AT300 will be under a 10.1-inch LCD with “adaptive display” that stretches to 1280 x 800 resolution. It will run 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU w/ 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory (expandable via its microSD). In addition to that, it has a 5MP / 2MP rear and front facing cam respectively, HDMI / miniUSB and USB ports, WiFi / Bluetooth support; “REGZA App Connect” which is about connecting this tablet with other Regza devices.
Meanwhile, this slate will run the latest Android 3.0 Honeycomb platform, and the company claims this one can last up to 7 hours. If you are interested, its release date will first hit Japan on June for a price of 720-740 USD (278 BHD) and it’s expected to be available on January 2012.