Toshiba Unnamed Tablet PC With a Rotation-Lock Switch

Unlike other tablets on market that using Android Honeycomb operating system in market such as Motorola XOOM, Toshiba Tablet PC (unnamed yet) is designed with a built-in motion sensor that includes a rotation-lock switch to enable you set the display in position when you want to. Of course in default setting, the gadget enables to do full screen rotation.

Coupled with support for Adobe Flash, a 10.1-inch diagonal touchscreen with 1208×800 resolution in 16:10 aspect ratio, Toshiba Resolution+ video enhancement technology and a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 with integrated NVIDIA graphics, this Toshiba first tablet PC surely rolls your movie and games in smooth, full frame-rate 1080p HD video playback. So you can relax to see the upcoming movie : Take Me Home Tonight on this tablet. Hopefully the releasing of this tablet is earlier than the movie.

In addition, this new tablet PC features Bluetooth, a mini USB 2.0 port, a full-size USB port, HDMI port, a 2MP front-facing camera, 5.0MP rear-facing camera, an integrated GPS, eCompas and a full-size SD Card slot. And thanks to fast 802.11n Wi-Fi, you enable easily connecting the tablet to the web from home, the office or Wi-Fi hotspots.

Toshiba also offers you an optional docking station for its new tablet. I don’t know whether this docking station is bundled or not. Toshiba said the gadget is going to US market in first half of 2011. The pricing is still unclear. Or you already have the information about it at CES 2011. So, tell me. [Dandy Gadget Source]