You can add Toshiba to the names attached to the smartbook concept (smartbook = smartphone + notebook). French tech blog Blogeee has it on good source that Toshiba is prepping a smartbook that will run Google’s Android 2.1 OS. Toshiba is mum on the project, as Acer was last month when rumors surfaced of its Android-powered tablet. Helping to spur along the smartbook movement has been Asus stating it is working on an Android-power Eee PC, along the HP AirLife 100, the Lenovo SkyLight, and the Sharp NetWalker PC-Z1.
Toshiba’s smartbook is rumored to be labeled the AC100-114 with a 10.1-inch screen powered by an Nvidia Tegra T20 processor. Other details on the leaked spec list include 512MB of memory, 16GB solid-state hard drive, HDMI and VGA ports, and a 3-cell battery.
The original Blogeee story has been removed, but a screen grab of the Toshiba smartbook’s spec page can be seen on this SlashGear article.