Toshiba has already introduced an Android powered smartbook in some parts of the globe. So it’s probably not surprising to see that the company plans to enter the soon-to-be-very-crowded Android tablet space as well. We’d heard a rumor a while back that Toshiba was working on something, and now Toshiba Australia’s Mark Whittard has started showing off a tablet that looks an awful lot like a certain Apple product.

In other words, it’s mostly screen with a black border and some chromed edges. That’s about all I can make out from the photos, and Toshiba isn’t really spilling a lot of additional details.

What we do know is that Toshiba plans to introduce at least two types of tablets. One will run Google Android, while the other will run Windows 7. According to PC Authority, at least one of these tablets will launch around September or October.

via SlashGear

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