The Toshiba Folio 100 10.1″ budget Froyo tablet is available from today in Dixons stores across the country, priced at £330. With more inputs than you can shake a stick at, and running Froyo, Toshiba is confident that it will be taking a slice of the tablet pie.

The Toshiba Folio 100, aside form running Froyo, has a USB slot, HDMI output, and SD slot. Battery life with average usage is set at seven hours.

The Toshiba Folio 100 is exclusive to Dixons for the next three weeks, after which it’ll be swooping in to branches of John Lewis, Staples and Tesco, where Tosh says it’s dedicated to having demos on hand and working Wi-fi connections, so you can have a fiddle with the Folio 100 before you commit to one with your wallet.

This version is Wi-fi only, and Tosh says that a 3G version is on its way in Q1 of next year, which we can expect around February.

We’ll be posting a demo video of the Toshiba Folio 100 in action very shortly, with a walk through of the Toshiba specific add-ons on the Toshiba Folio 100, so if you’re mulling over the Folio 100, then stay tuned!

What do you think about the Toshiba Folio 100? Is it a safe bet or is it being undercut by super-budget tablets like the Advent Vega?

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