Toshiba has gone quad-core for its latest AT300 tablet, but price-wise, it's still able to compete with the market leader, the iPad.It's the sequel to the AT200, which launched last year without making a huge impact. Things could be different here, as the AT300 certainly ticks many of the feature boxes for a tablet in 2012.This one, of course, runs the Ice Cream Sandwich variation of Android and packs a 10.1-inch LED Gorilla Glass display with a screen resolution of 1280x800 pixels, not to mention that quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a five-megapixel camera on the rear, a two-megapixel networking camera on the front, micro HDMI and Micro USB slots and a choice of 16GB or 32GB of storage. All of that in a tablet just 8.95mm thin and weighing 590g.Toshiba obviously sees price as a key selling point, perhaps as much as the features on offer – this one is slightly cheaper than the AT200 that came before it. In the UK, the Toshiba AT300 will sell for £329 for the 16GB model and £379 for the 32GB edition. It should be on the shelves before June is out.