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Toshiba showed off a concept 13.3in tablet last month - here's our report on the gadget - but it said little about the device's specs. Now it has.

Toshiba 13.3in Android tablet concept

Showing the monster fondleslab off for a second time, in Germany, Toshiba has revealed that the unit has an Nvidia Tegra 3 chip on board, plus 32GB of Flash storage, a 5Mp rear camera, a 1.3Mp front-facing webcam, and SD slot and HDMI output, German-language site Techfokus reports.

Not evident on the prototype unit we saw is a built-in TV tuner, complete will wee pull-out telescopic aerial.

Toshiba 13in tablet with TV antenna

Source: Techfokus

It'll run Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich when it ships in… well, at this point, Toshiba still isn't saying, though it told us it has more tablets to launch later this year. One of them, presumably, will be this boy. ®

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