10
Jan
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We're live at CES on the show floor this morning, meandering around countless booths to bring you all the Android-related news you can handle. One of our first stops in the Las Vegas Convention Center was the Toshiba booth, where the company demoed three brand-new Android tablets, which they refused to tell us anything about - aside from their display sizes (and the fact that they are coming at some point this year).

Up for display (running on a photo slide behind glass, unfortunately) were 13.3-inch, 7.7-inch, and 5.1-inch tablets, all of them fairly similar in design to the Excite X10. Take a look:

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We're hoping Toshiba will tell us a little more about these upcoming devices before the conference is over.

David Ruddock
David's phone is an HTC One. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, imparting a legal perspective on tech news, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • ggrey

    title says 5.5" tablet but picture shows 5.1" tablet, typo?

    • David Ruddock

      Whoops, my bad. Fixed.

  • Jake

    They probably planned to release specs and other info, but changed their minds after Asus' announcement of a $249 Transformer Prime mini with Tegra 3. Unlesss they can match or beat those specs and price, they're better off shutting up, regrouping, and releasing info later.

  • Spydie

    5.1"???? geez, my G-Note has a bigger screen! LOL

  • Aux

    That 5.1 looks interesting simply because of how wide it looks...

  • L boogie

    Interested in that 13.3 tab but will wait to see what's under the hood before making any decision

  • Mike

    Quad Core High resolution 13.3" Tablet.....I'm on board...Just tell me how much and availability. Toshiba needs to get it's act together in regards to pricing and Tablet product disclosure.

  • Omar Jackson

    Why would you display a tablet, but not release the specs? Isn't that the whole propose? Would love to know what's under the hood. Doesn't Toshiba know that most people buy products long before they actually purchase them?

  • Fox

    Weird sizes.. 13.3" inch is too big for a tablet. at that size you can get a ultrabook, or a powerful small notebook, and it'll probably cost about the same. the 7.7" is quite standard, and the 5.1" is a copycat of Samsung note with a widescreen tweak. I'd rather see 8.9" and 10.1" with cheap-normal prices and Tegra 3 chips.