Toshiba has added new product lines to their existing Camileo series HD camcorder. Known as Camileo B10 and Camileo P100, both HD camcorders are a different class with different design and functionality. Generally speaking, Toshiba Camileo B10 is similar to some existing products like Kodak Zi8 HD camcorder, but Camileo B10 is capable of recording in full HD 1080p mode with its super 16-megapixel sensors. It also capable of snapping pictures with the ultra high lens sensor and 16x digital zoom.
As for the other one, the Toshiba Camileo P100. This HD camcorder is similar to Sanyo Xacti camcorder with flip out screen. It has a similar specs as Camileo B10, but Toshiba treat this model nicer by adding extra 8x optical zoom.
Both of these HD camcorders should be able to takes a large 64GB SDXC memory cards that ensure no decrease in the recording quality.
No pricing details for both of these camcorder yet, but you can expect them to release in three continents including Middle East, Africa and Europe very soon.
[Toshiba intros Camileo P100 and B10 pocket camcorders via Engadget]