Market gears up for new Toshiba tablet
Make way for your latest purchase as the new Toshiba AT 300 tablet is here! It is an opportunity to recycle your old tablets in order to ethically trash the used electronics and even earn some money to use it towards the new purchase.
When iPad 3 got launched, the cell phone recycling market became inundated with all old iPads that consumers wanted to get rid of. There stands another chance now that more of such tablets will hit the recycling market as Toshiba AT 300 is launched. If you think that only mobile phones can be recycled, then you are wrong. Since it is possible to recycle any electronic device through companies, we insist that you must do so, in order to reduce the electronic waste and protect the earth.
The new Toshiba tablet is a follow up version to old AT 200 which was released more than a year ago. It is being considered as the thinnest tablet currently in the market. The latest model is very easy to carry around due to its slim design and its performance ratings are much better than its older version AT 200. Presence of a quad core CPU (Tegra Nvidia 3) as well as a back up of 1GB RAM, it is definitely one of the most powerful tablets available. Working on the Android platform, its aluminium frame makes it quite tough and the display screen is protected against scratches with its Corning Gorilla feature. You can expect to pay around £329 for a 16GB expandable memory tablet at any local store and a little more for its 32GB version.
One prayer – please recycle your old tablets before you bring home the new Toshiba!