Toshiba is looking to release three new tablets in Q1 of 2011 as an extension of their laptop lineup, DigiTimes is reporting.
Although the company has not been speaking pubically on the matter, the news has gained momentum after Toshiba reportedly “outsourced their production” to Taiwanese manufacturers and also claimed the three upcoming devices will be unveiled at CES.
The devices are expected to run on separate operating systems: Windows 7, Android and Google Chrome. Two of them will sport a 10.1-inch display and the other an 11.6-inch display. Meanwhile, DigiTimes is also reporting that a smaller, 7-inch tablet that could be in the works at Toshiba as part of the company’s mobile division.
The company was busy this fall, releasing the Folio 100 and Libretto W100 tablets. The 10-inch Folio was first spotted at IFA Berlin, while the 7-inch Libretto has piqued interest for its portability and unique clamshell package.
TabletPCReview will have a full review of the Folio 100 next week.