There’s yet another Toshiba tablet out there, making matters even more confusing for us in the tablet news reporting biz. This time the model is AT330 and it was showcased in Germany, complete with a TV tuner, that shows me some love for the Asian market. It’s a known fact that features such as TV tuner are trademark for gadgets sold in Asia.

This is a very large tablet, at 13.3 inches in diagonal, so we’re probably dealing with the biggest tablet ever at this point. The device was shown at Toshiba World 2012 in Bonn, Germany and just to give you an idea about it, imagine a device twice the size of an AT270 slate from Toshiba. AT330 packs a quad core Tegra 3 processor, a TV tuner with a hidden antenna (within the slate), that’s revealed when the need arises and 1.3MP front facing camera for videocalls.

There’s also a SIM card slot on board, an SD card slot and a HDMI port. Pricing is a mystery so far and considering the Tegra 3 CPU here I guess this is an Android device, since I wouldn’t imagine Windows 8 running on Tegra 3, but who knows?

  • guess it’s a DVB-T tuner, useless in my country. But such a big screen is interesting. From the photo, it looks a bit more than 1280×800 pixels.

  • Interesting, I wonder how good the TV turner is.

  • A tablet bigger than 10 inches in screen size is just too awkward to maneuver comfortably.   As for TV tuner, it is a gimmick to be different with others.