A release date has not been announced nor revealed, but Netbook News is reporting that the 8 GB version of the tablet will be priced at $450 while the 32 GB version will be priced at $579 for the WiFi-only model. The sub-$600 price for the 32 GB model will be slightly cheaper than the MSRP for the WiFi-only Motorola Xoom tablet, which goes for $600 with the same storage.
At CES, Toshiba was showing off the display capabilities of the tablet, which includes upscaling of images and videos to produce better images and videos on the tablet.
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