While Toshiba's original attempts at an Android tablet running on the Tegra chip didn't exactly go down a storm, they seem keen to continue with Android devices, and brought a new tablet with them to CES. Artem got a video demo from one of their reps, and as you can see there are some attractive features to note.
Like the Motorola XOOM, the nameless Toshiba tablet (henceforth "Anon") has a 10.1" WXGA (1280x800) screen, which was unsurprisingly nice and crisp. It also sports the convenience of full-size USB and HDMI ports, along with a full SD card slot allowing for storage expansion up to 64 GB.
The Anon was running Froyo, but will launch with Honeycomb. Even though the device was clearly in the relatively early stages of development (Spare Parts was visible on the desktop), the desktop's scrolling was surprisingly responsive. It's unclear what the future holds for the Anon but the early signs are much more promising than Toshiba's last attempt.