Toshiba Regza tablet delayed to end of summer
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The launch of the upcoming Regza Android Honeycomb tablet from Toshiba has reportedly been pushed back to a later date.
Website RegHardware was tipped by Toshiba UK’s head of business laptops, Ken Chan, about the delay of the tablet. “It’ll be here at the very end of summer,” said Chan. Unfortunately, he was unwilling to share any reasons why the Regza tablet will arrive later in the year. RegHardware, however, suspects it to be component supply shortages due to the recent Japanese tsunami and earthquakes.
The Toshiba tablet has been around since January, but its official name was only recently announced. The 10.1-inch Regza tablet will include an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM, 1280x800 resolution screen, front and rear cameras, HDMI, USB, and SD card reader. The specs are quite similar to other Tegra 2-equipped tablets, such as the Motorola Xoom and upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.