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Toshiba TT301 Android tablet can lend its 24″ screen to a PC

Toshiba unveiled the TT301, aka The Shared Board. It’s a 24″ 1080p tablet that also doubles as an HDMI monitor if you hook it up to a TV or you can use it as a wireless display via Miracast. It weighs only around 1.8kg (remember it’s 24″ big) and packs two 2W speakers.

Toshiba also included its own implementation of split-screen multitasking, but it seems it’s limited to only two apps at a time (Samsung’s Multi Window can do up to 4 split-screened apps, plus floating apps).

That’s all well and good, but the rest of the spec sheet is surprisingly disappointing. The Toshiba TT301 runs Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean on an unnamed dual-core 1GHz processor. There’s only 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

Unfortunately, there’s no price tag for the Toshiba Shared Board, but unless there’s a Core i3 in there (which I really doubt), you’re getting old software and slow hardware. Still, the PC monitor option sounds interesting.

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