Tablet wars are heating up day by day with plenty of tablets releasing and still a plenty more on the verge of release. To add more spice to the already existing tablet wars, Japanese tech giant Toshiba is all set to release its new Android Honeycomb tablet pretty soon. The tablet was already unleashed earlier this year at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) held at Las Vegas. The new tablet will be called by the name Toshiba Thrive.
As far as the specifications of the tablet are concerned, it runs on Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS and it is powered by a 2 GHz Tegra processor from NVIDIA. The touch-sensitive display measures 10 inches with a resolution of 120×800. The tablet sports a 5 Megapixels camera at the rear side and a 2 Megapixels camera at the front end for the purpose of video calling.
Coming to the connectivity options, it includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB and mini USB ports. The tablet is also said to have support for Adobe Flash.
The Toshiba Thrive will be released in two variants. One is the 8GB variant and the other one is the 32GB variant. The 32GB variant is expected to be tagged at a price of $579 and the 8GB variant is expected to be tagged at a price of $450.