Mobile road warriors, Toshiba is looking squarely at you with some pre-CES announcements. The Japanese computer-maker is looking to use the Consumer Electronics Show, which will kick off next week, to announce the thinnest and lightest tablet and an ultrabook. The tablet, which will have a 10.1-inch display, will run on Google’s Android operating system, though not much else is known about the device at this time.
The company is also slated to be showing off a 13.3-inch Ultrabook. It’s unclear if it’s the Portege Z830 that’s already on the market right now, or if it’s a different model all together.
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