Toshiba has become the latest manufacturer to unveil an ultrabook laptop and a 10in Android tablet at IFA, as the firm looks to re-establish itself as a major force in the mobile computing market.
The Portege Z830 ultrabook features a 13.3in HD LED backlit display with a resolution of 1,366x768 and is powered by second-generation Intel Core processors. Toshiba will offer 128GB SSD storage and up to 6GB of RAM.
Connectivity will come in the form of two USB 2.0 inputs, a USB 3.0 connection as well as a multi-card reader, VGA and HDMI ports.
There is no word yet on battery life or pricing, but judging by the specifications of the Lenovo Ultrabook, the Z830 should be capable of providing all-day performance.
Meanwhile, Toshiba will be hoping that its AT200 tablet does better than the ill-fated Folio 100 device that was pulled from shelves after it was rushed to market.
The AT200 will sport a 10.1in LED backlit display with a 1,280x800 resolution, run Android Honeycomb 3.2 out-of-the-box and weigh 558g.
A Texas Instruments 1.2GHz chip with 1GB of DDR2 RAM will power the device and Toshiba will offer up to 64GB of internal memory, much like the iPad.
The 7.7mm thick chassis will incorporate micro USB, micro SD and micro HDMI connections as well as a 5-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front camera.
The AT200 will also come with GPS, accelerometer and gyrometer as standard and have a battery life of up to eight hours.
Exact pricing and release dates are yet to be confirmed, but Toshiba is aiming to start shipping in the fourth quarter.
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