It’s arguably the most expensive Android tablet going around at the moment, but it could also be the fastest.
Japanese notebook giant Toshiba has released its new flagship tablet, the Toshiba Regza AT703.
With a booming 10.1-inch Retina-grade screen sporting an impressive 2560×1600-pixel (WQXGA) resolution, the Regza AT703 also powers on with Nvidia’s new quad-core Tegra 4 SoC CPU clocking in at 1.8GHz. With the chip also featuring ULV GeForce graphics and the tablet running Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), the combination should produce a pretty irresistible gaming experience.
According to padhz.com, it’s not short on extras either, with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board flash storage. If that’s not enough, you’ve got a MicroSD card slot to boost that up to another 64GB.
Wireless connectivity also comes straight out of the top drawer with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi support and Bluetooth 4.0 ready to roll. You also get USB2.0 and HDMI output rounding things out.
There are two cameras here and neither of them are bad – a 12MP sensor on the back and an 8MP front-facing camera for what should be amongst the highest-resolution selfies you’ll see.
Battery life is said to be 9.5 hours with a 4.5-hour charge time. It’ll weigh just over 670grams in your hand and measure 260.7 x 178.9 x 10.5mm.
The only thing that may have some buyers thinking twice? The price. It’s selling in Japan for 89,800 yen or around $920, making it about the most expensive Android tablet going around at the moment.
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