Toshiba has unveiled its 10.1-inch Windows tablet called the Toshiba WT110 at Computex 2011 in Taiwan. The tablet is deemed to be like a larger version of the Toshiba Thrive 10-inch Android tablet but with a few key differences.
Of course, one of the major differences is the Toshiba WT110 runs Windows 7 instead of Android OS. There are some touch buttons on the bezel of the capacitive touchscreen of this device, whereas the Thrive does not have such buttons; as it runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb which does not require hardware buttons for home, back or menu functions. There are also power button and volume button on top.
The Toshiba WT110 is powered by a 1.5 GHz Intel Atom Z670 oak trail processor and the screen has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The device also has a front cam, a 3-megapixel rear camera, an SD card reader, a USB port, an HDMI port and an headphone port.
The tablet will be out in Japan later this year but there is no indication if it’ll be headed to the US. A clip is included showing more details of this tablet.