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Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Toshiba Expands Tablet Family with New 7-Inch Model


Toshiba today the addition of the Thrive 7" Tablet to its line-up of consumer tablet devices.

The Thrive 7" tablet's LED backlit AutoBrite multi-touch display features a 1280x800 resolution. The tablet also incorporates Toshiba?s exclusive Adaptive Display and Resolution+3 video enhancement technologies. The tablet includes stereo speakers tuned with sound enhancement technologies from Toshiba and SRS Labs.

Powered by Android 3.2 and the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform, this tablet delivers a dual-core processor for fast performance for web browsing and multitasking, plus NVIDIA GeForce graphics for console quality gaming. A built-in Gyroscope offers hands-on motion control for the latest Android games. The tablet also includes two HD cameras: a five megapixel camera with an LED flash on the back for capturing high-quality pictures and video on the go, plus a two megapixel camera on the front for video chatting. Toshiba will offer the tablet in two configurations, 16GB or 32GB.

The Thrive 7" Tablet weighs only 0.88 pounds and measures just under half an inch thin (0.47 inches). The tablet is also built for handheld comfort and on-the-go durability, featuring Toshiba?s stylishly durable and slip-resistant Easy Grip finish.

The tablet includes a selection of built-in ports, including Mini USB, Micro HDMI and a Micro SD card slot. It also includes Toshiba?s exclusive File Manager utility that gives users the power to easily move and manage files.

Offering Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, the Thrive 7" Tablet delivers all the essentials needed to stay connected at home or away. Users can browse the web with Adobe Flash support, take advantage of maps and location-based apps with integrated GPS and enjoy the full suite of popular Google Mobile Service applications and Android apps via the Android Market.

The Thrive 7" Tablet will be available in December at major U.S. retailers, e-tailers and ToshibaDirect.com.


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