Earlier this month, Toshiba managed to grab some time to show off their brand new 13.3-inch tablet at a conference. However, while Toshiba was more than willing to show off the hardware, the new tablet wouldn’t turn on. It was said to be an Android-based tablet, but the details for the software version were pretty thin.
That changes today, as a new hands-on session with the tablet actually sees people playing with the software. And, thankfully, Toshiba has decided to go with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The tablet is called the AT330 at this point, but we imagine that name will change at some point in the future before its official launch. It is on display right now at Toshiba World 2012, and media outlet Techfokus got some hands-on time with the device. The device features NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor under the hood, and also apparently comes equipped with a TV tuner. (We doubt that feature will make its way to the States, if the tablet enters this neck-of-the-woods, but crazier things have happened.)
There’s a 5MP camera on the back and a 1.3MP front-facing shooter, and the tablet has a full-size SD card slot. There’s also an HDMI port.
No word on a release date quite yet, but hopefully with as much as Toshiba is starting to show this off, we won’t have long to wait. You can check out the hands-on time with the tablet below in the video.