updated 04:05 pm EDT, Tue April 3, 2012
Toshiba AT270 tablet shows up in a press image
A newly leaked press image of an unknown tablet has been shared online by Pocketnow, and it's believed to be a near production-ready version of Toshiba's AT270 tablet we had a chance to put our hands on at Mobile World Congress. The images do show off the fact the tablet will be running on Google's Android 4.0, though it's very barebones, with no extraneous apps usually found on tablets. The Android Market icon is just that, however, and does not yet reflect the new switch to the Google Play branding.
The photos also confirm the presence of a micro USB port, a full-size USB port, a SIM card slot, and an SD card slot. As per our CES experience, the 7.7-inch device is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. There is also a five-megapixel camera out back, but no immediately apparent front shooter.
When the tablet will launch or what it will cost remains to be seen, although the press shots' existence points to a release getting closer.