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Monday, October 03, 2011
Toshiba At CEATEC 2011


Toshiba today announced the line-up of products and technologies that it will bring to CEATEC, Japan's biggest consumer electronics show, including tablets and Blu-ray disc recorders.

The Toshiba booth will showcase the company's latest additions to its digital products, including the tablets; a 55-inch glasses-free 3D TV with Quad Full HD resolution; a high-capacity Blu-ray recorder offering 5-terabytes of storage; and an ultra-thin Ultrabook PC.

CEATEC will run from October 4 to October 8 at Makuhari Messe, and Toshiba will be at booth 2A56 in Hall 3.

Toshiba's new "REGZA Tablet AT700" is 7.7mm slim, weighs only 558g, yet sports a 10.1-inch display (WXGA TFT LED 1,280?800) and packs an extensive range of essential ports and interfaces (IEEE802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, micro HDMI, USB2.0, microSD). The AT700 is based on the Android 3.2 OS and it is powered by a Texas Instruments OMAP4430 processor (1.20GHz). It will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.



Toshiba's 55-inch TV, "REGZA 55X3" takes the 3D experience to new heights by taking dedicated glasses off the viewer and allowing a large group to share immersion in the images. It also offers enhanced 2D with its Quad Full HD screen that displays images at four times (quadruple) Full HD resolution. The glasses-free 3D application is powered by CEVO-ENGINE Duo, Toshiba's multi-processor platform. The REGZA 55X3 will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.



The 5-terabyte (TB) storage capacity of the "DBR-M190," Toshiba's new Blu-ray recorder, dedicates a huge 4TB of disk space to the "time-shift machine,"which can simultaneously record up to six terrestrial digital channels for 15 days, while still allowing 1TB to be used to record other programs. In addition to TVs, programs can be viewed on other digital platforms via REGZA Link Share. The DBR-M190 will be available in mid December 2011 in Japan.



Toshiba's "dynabook R631" Ultrabook weighs 1.12kg, it is a mere 15.9mm thick at its thickest point and comes with a 13.3-inch (33.8cm) display. Powered by a dedicated Intel i5 Core processor, this new PC offers portability, durability and essential features with truly smart styling. The dynabook R631 will be available in early October in Japan.



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