They say that faint heart never won fair lady, and I suppose the same can be said for device manufacturers who are wondering whether their wares are good enough for release in the US – and hence contemplating whether or not to send said device to the folks over at the FCC in order to gain an approval. Well, Toshiba certainly has no such qualms with their AT200 tablet that was first unveiled at IFA 2011 recently, and we’re pleased to say that the FCC has given their collective nods of approval to the AT200.
This 10.1″ device comes in a very slim form factor that is guaranteed to turn heads the moment you whip it out from its protective case, and be careful not to throw out this 7.7mm thin tablet with the rest of your old newspapers during one of those absent-minded spring cleaning moments!
In the process of picking up its FCC approval, we found out that the AT200 will come with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 3.2 Honeycomb and 64GB of internal memory – all pieced together by Quanta, the same Chinese OEM who has Amazon’s Kindle Fire and RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook under their customer list.
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