What sizes do you think a tablet should be and which size would you like to choose, a 10 inch one or just a 7 inch one? Well, Toshiba has another idea on tablet for you, a larger size tablet which could even be used as a laptop. Toshiba has unveiled a new prototype tablet, the AT330, at Toshiba World 2012 in Germany and it’s a huge 13.3-inch slate sporting the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This tablet had been mentioned early at CES, but rare information was provided then. Beyond the massive screen size, the AT330 also features a Tegra 3 quad-core processor and a TV tuner that includes a pull-out antenna. The folks at Techfokus spent some hands-on time with the tablet, the video of which is posted below.
The tablet also has a bunch of ports, full size ports actually. There's an SD card slot, SIM card slot, and full HDMI port, which could help you to enlarge its memory storage and enhance the digital entertainment with this tablet. It’s not certain what resolution display it has, but it looks to be a 1920 x 1200 LCD panel, which, if confirmed, would make it a No. 1 choice to watch HD movies on Toshiba AT330, together with its large screen display. Other detailed specs of this tablet are still not known, but a 5MP rear-facing camera and 1.3MP front-facing camera have been seen on the tablet body. And we may even guess that there might be another variant of this tablet for a USA release though no word on that by far, since a TV tuner is not a feature we see much on devices that come to USA.
Check on the hands-on video of the tablet from the Toshiba World conference to get some first impression on Toshiba AT330 tablet: