Billed as the world’s thinnest 10 inch tablet, and looking pleasingly slender to our eyes is the Toshiba AT200, a rather natty Android tablet bearing many similarities to the Samsung galaxy Tab.
The wafer thin slate measures up at just 7.7mm thin (1mm less than the iPad 2, if you’re interested), and packs a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor, backed by 1GB of RAM with 16 or 32GB storage options.
The screen has a 1280×800 resolution LED backlit display, and there’s twin cameras onboard, with a 5-megapixel rear-facing job and a forward-facing one for video calling.
Running Honeycomb (Android 3.2), connectivity options include a micro-USB port and microSD card reader, and there’s a shandy micro-HDMI port for hooking up your AT200 to your gogglebox.
Measuring 256 x 176 x 7.7mm and weighing a lightweight 558 grams, Toshiba promise a healthy 8 hours of battery life from a single charge.
The tablet will be frolicking into Carphone Warehouse stores on 15 February, priced at £399 for the 16GB version and £449 for the 32GB one.