ITS BORING NAME ASIDE, Toshiba's AC100 "mobile Internet device," as the company calls it, runs Android 2.1 and has an Nvidia Tegra 250 processor, a 1024 x 600 screen and 512MB of RAM. Boasting 7-day standby with split second bootup, its battery life for "full use", which includes 3G internet access, can last for 8 hours according to Toshiba. 3G is optional while WiFi comes as standard. Designed for "casual Internet access", it uses the Opera browser and is expected to cost about £249. µ
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