Toshiba is coming out with it’s very own tablet called the Journe Touch — a 7-inch media internet device (MID) optimized for video streaming and internet browsing.
The device runs on Windows CE and powered by an ARM processor along with a built-in WiFi.
It will retail for about $350, according to Gizmodo. See video of the Toshiba presentation at IFA 2009 below:
The display resolution is just 800×480 pixels but can play HD videos via an HDMI output. Built-in storage is 1Gb but can be expanded with an external SD card. Battery life is 7 hours on music playback but a measly 2 hours on web surfing.