Toshiba announced in the CEATEC proceedings their new createdRegza AT700, which they claimed to be the world’s thinnest . The delegates in Japan got the chance to take a glimpse on the Toshiba’s , and it looks like the AT200 which the company introduced last September in IFA.
Regarding the confusing we had with company’sstrategy on Thrive and Excite, there’s a great possibility that we could be looking at AT700 similarly, which is dominant in the Japanese market.
Considering the specifications, they sound familiar too. Regza AT700 is 7. 7mm slim, and it weighs 558g. It has 10.1-inch display and ports as well.
Regza AT700 comes with a 5-mega pixel camera, audio enhancer, noise equaliser, Resolution +, packed with Android 3.2.
While speaking at a conference about the, Toshiba said,
“We are transcending the boundaries between PC and TV.”
In regard to the boundary breaking, this will happen when consumers buy into the Toshiba eco-system. This technology is called Regza link share. It allows its users to share their contents across different platforms.
The users will be able to watch stream videos coming from the Tosh Blu-ray to the, and also access the information of PC from the device. Users are able to download from the digital recorder to the the available recorder programmes.
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The pricing will be announced in mid-Decemeber in Japan on its release date.
Toshiba announced to the people in CEATEC that they have modest hope for the. They said,
“more than 1 millionunits should be sold globally and our share should go up to 10 per cent, the same as our TV range.”
This is a good thing, though not exactly as challenging, Toshiba is realistic in their chances contrary to the Apple’s iPad.