According to the folks over at Digitimes, Toshiba will be introducing three new tablet devices during CES in January and these devices will be released in the first quarter of the year. If the reports are accurate, production of the tablets have been outsourced to Quanta, Compal and Pegatron and each will feature a different operating system. The 11.6-inch model is most likely to support Windows 7 while the two 10.1-inch models are speculated to tout Google’s Android and Chrome OS under the hood. Toshiba is also said to be planning a 7-inch tablet PC, but it’s apparently handled by the company’s handset department, indicating that it might feature functions similar to smartphones out there.RELATED
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