Toshiba took the wraps off its first Android tablet, and the coming out party was a grand affair. This was the first time the Toshiba Tablet was seen in functioning condition; previously, all journalists had seen were non-functioning wood mock-ups. At first glance, you’ll notice the screen and design. The tablet has 10.1-inch, 1280 by 800 display and an NVidia Tegra 2 processor. What distinguishes the Toshiba model from some of the other tablets shown so far is it’s sense of design and integration into the Toshiba family. Yes, it still looks like a glass slab with curved corners; and its 0.6-inch depth isn’t going to win awards for thinness (Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab both measure 0.5-inches). But the way Toshiba has integrated the ports, and designed the chassis, makes this device feel like more than just not another slab.