Toshiba has refreshed its 10.1-inch AT300 Android tablet, adding a new price tag that starts at £299.99. The Toshiba AT300SE is "designed with everyday and cost-concious customers in mind" and comes with Jelly Bean from the box. Apart from that, there's not much that's radically different between it and its premium forerunner.
The 10.1-inch IPS LCD touchscreen has a resolution of 1280 x 800 and a claimed "wide viewing angle". The tablet is powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor with integrated graphics controller. There's 1GB of RAM on board, but Toshiba hasn't released details of the speed of the processor yet - the AT300 professed to run at 1.3GHz, so we'd expect similar here.
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On-board storage starts at 16GB (doesn't it always?) and the included microSD card slot allows for expansion of up to a further 64GB. A micro-USB port is present too.
The AT300SE has a 3-megapixel camera on the rear, 1.2-megapixel on the front and it weighs 625g, with dimensions of 261 x 180 x 10.5mm.
Software includes Toshiba Places, which is a portal to all manner of video, news and other content. And, of course, there's everything offered by Android, including Google Play for app downloads and the like.
The Toshiba AT300SE is due out soon (Q4 2012).