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Toshiba releases Regza AT830, AT700, AT570 and AT500 tablets; Specs and Price

Toshiba releases Regza AT830, AT700, AT570 and AT500 tablets; Specs and PriceMost familiar size of tablets in the market are 7 to 10.1″ inch but Toshiba has changed the story with a range of Android tablets that range from 7 inch all the way up to huge 13 inch model. The new tablets launched will initially be available in Japan. But it is yet to be seen how the world would see tablet with unfamiliar sizes.

The new tablets are dubbed Regza AT830, Regza AT700, Regza AT570 and Regza AT500. The tablet share similar features except some of the specs under the hood. All of them feature a 5 MP rear camera, 2 MP front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SD card reader, and USB 2.0 port and running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

When it comes to other features,  the Regza AT830 is powered by a an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor at 1.4GHz. and features 13.3  inch display with 1600×900 resolution and comes come with a price tag  of $1000  while the Regza AT700 is powered by a 1.2GHz Texas Instruments OMAP processor  with a 10.1-inch display of 1280×800 resolution. Both Regza AT830 and AT700  come with 64GB of internal storage.

The  Regza AT570 tablet comes with a 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and sports a 7.7-inch 1280×800 organic EL display, are available in two flavors of storage options that include  64GB version of $883  and  32GB version of $744.

Finally the  Regza AT500 which is another 10.1 inch model but comes with a 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor  and packs a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display and will be available in two models that include 32GB and 64GB versions. The 64GB   Regza AT500 will set you back  $643 while  the 32GB model’s price is unknown.

here one of the interesting thing is choices for consumers,  you can select from the tablets with different sizes and specs based on your needs and likes and Toshiba must be expecting consumers to be excited of having ability to choose from so many sizes and configuration. Anyway it is up to consumers, so what do you think of the Toshiba’s new strategy of making tablets in different sizes and configurations?


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