Is there a time where a tablet reaches a size where it’s no longer considered a tablet? I guess not. Toshiba has created the giant 24-inch Shared Board tablet that is using a ultra-Daquan HD display and running the Android operating system.
The Toshiba Shared Board (TT301) is using a 1920 × 1080 resolution, 10-point touch screen and comes equipped with 1.5GB DDR3 memory, 16GB internal flash storage and has Bluetooth and 802 a/b/g/n WiFi capabilities. The CPU is only a 1GHz dual-core, and though not specified, it’s likely an Intel or Nvidia type chip. As for the operating system, it runs the older Android 4.2.1 system, but I guess that is changeable via updates.
Shared Board also comes with a dedicated IR remote control support for classes, meetings and other occasions like just being lazy. On top of that it features Miracast and HDMI to display your smartphone or Windows 8 PC screen for split screen display and operation. Toshiba hasn’t announced the price yet and it’s somewhat unlikely that this tablet sold outside Japan, sadly.
So is it really a tablet, or a smart PC, or monitor, with an included battery pack? Guess that’s a matter of opinion and no matter the outcome, I’d sure like to have one of these.
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