Mar 18th, 2011

Toshiba’s Android tablet – while officially acknowledged by the company – has been a bit of a ninja since it was teased earlier this year. We hope to get an up-close and personal look of the thing at CTIA next week, but Amazon has gone ahead and published their product page for the device.

There’s no pricing or availability information yet, but a full product description accompanies a nice-sized suite of images. Highlights include its 10.1 inch display, NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual-core processor, a 5MP HD-capable rear camera with a 2MP front camera, a removable battery, USB 2.0 and mini-USB ports, SD card slot, an HDMI port, and more.

Judging from Amazon’s profile shots, it looks to be a bit on the thick side compared to other recent tablets but we can’t say for sure without having held the thing ourselves. Toshiba will have their own app store – called Toshiba Apps Place – that will compliment the Android market on the device.

It should be running Android 3.0 when it launches, but the product description doesn’t mention this. Take a look at a couple of images above and below, but head to Amazon’s website to look at the rest. (And be sure to sign up to be notified of its availability.) [via Android Community]

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