Toshiba Introduces 13.3 Inch Tegra 3 Tablet Concept

During the Toshiba 2012 Conference in the UK, Pocketlint got a hands on with the Toshiba 13.3 inch tablet running Tegra 3. Unfortunately the tablet actually doesn’t boot up.

The design of the tablet is similar to the 7.7 inch tablet shown off at MWC by Toshiba, and is extremely thin and light. There are no other specs really listed and also they said this tablet may never make it into the actual market, it all depends on customer reaction.

See the full hands on and gallery at PocketLint

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