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This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for March 23rd, 2012.
According to the Boy Genius Report, Toshiba showed off a brand new tablet at the company's own mini-tradeshow. This mysterious new tablet is the AT330, which includes a television tuner amongst other new features—including the latest version of Android.
At the moment, though, there aren't too many details out on the interwebs. But we're sure that this new device will be one of the first forays into the merging of computers, tablets and televisions.
New features were previously teased in Photoshop CS6, but Adobe's move to release a beta version hints that it may be coming in the near future, if the company follows the pattern of what they did with Lightroom.
New changes include additions to the content-awareness system which has become extremely intelligent by now, helping to cut down editing time for many professionals.
Who ever thought the day would come when two terabytes of hard drive space became super portable? This week, Western Digital outed their latest generation of Passport HDDs in 5 flavors, in capacities ranging from a first-time-ever 2TB model, down to 500GB.
But wait—there's more. The new drives also have USB 3.0 connectivity, a sure sign of the times and the changing technology.
This news comes from Photography Bay.
And that's your news for March 23rd, 2012. Be sure to follow all the consumer electronic news you care about, on B&H Pulse.