updated 11:12 am EDT, Fri May 3, 2013
Tablet uses Nvidia Tegra 4, includes micro-HDMI output
Toshiba is preparing to release a new tablet running on Tegra 4, according to leaked details and photographs. Images reported to be for the Toshiba AT10LE-A have surfaced, showing that Nvidia's latest mobile processor clocked at 1.8GHz will be combined with a 10.1-inch display and a keyboard dock with chicklet-style keys.
Details picked up by Techblog.gr claim the tablet will be a "high-end model" running on Android version 4.2.1, with ports for micro-HDMI, micro-USB and headphones spotted alongside a microSD card slot . The added keyboard, though appearing to be normal in size, is not accompanied on the dock by an extra trackpad, and it is unclear if the dock will have extra functions or carry a secondary battery. Judging by the images, it appears that the dock is a standalone component, and not hinged and hidden behind the display in a similar manner to the teased Acer notebook.
Release dates, prices, resolutions, and other important specifications were not revealed in the leak.