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Italian website Notebook Italia has posted pics of what it claims is Toshiba's upcoming Android-based media tablet. Basically, it looks like an iPad.

But there's one key difference: it's designed to be used in landscape mode.

Toshiba tablet?

The iPad will happily auto-rotate from portrait to landscape and back again, and we're sure the Toshiba tablet will too. But it's webcam is along the longer side, as is its equivalent of the dock connector.

Unless they too rotate somehow, the four control keys are placed - and their icons oriented - for landscape viewing. ®

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