Toshiba has announced its latest tablet, the AT300SE, which is essentially an entry level version of the AT300.
The tablet comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a 10.1-inch LCD touchscreen, with the AT300 offering a 10.1-inch LED screen. The AT300SE has a resolution of of 1280 x 800 and claims a "wide viewing angle".
Powering the device is a Tegra 3 processor with an integrated graphics controller, 1GB of RAM, accompanied by a two-cell 25.0Wh battery -- Toshiba stressed that users will receive up to 10 hours of battery life once it's fully charged. As for the speed of the device, the firm hasn't released details yet but expect similar to the AT300's 1.3GHz.
Ports includes a microUSB jack, microSD card slot that supports up to 64GB of storage space and a headphone/mic port. The AT300SE, which comes with 16GB of storage, boasts two cameras, a 3 megapixel one situated on the back of the device and a front-facing 1.2MP camera. However, they're both slightly lower quality than the cameras found on the original AT300.
The tablet weighs in at 625 grams, while its thickness is 10.5mm. Toshiba has also implemented a textured material on the back that makes the device easier to grip.
The Toshiba AT300SE is currently scheduled for a release sometime during Q4 2012.