Decently powerful specs; Amazing screen on Excite 7.7; Expandable memory; Audio & Visual enhancements improve viewing experience.
Slim, Well-built aluminum exterior, Fast quad-core processor, Full-size SD card slot.
Light and comfortable to hold, Sleek-looking design, HDMI and USB connectivity, Good-looking screen, Support for 128GB SD cards
Vibrant display; Excellent performance; Thin design that's easy to grip; Full-size SD Card slot;
Solid aluminum body, Fast quadcore processor
The Toshiba Excite 10 supports a huge 128GB expandable memory slot, has fast Tegra 3-induced performance, a comfortable design, and Android 4.0 capabilities.
Thin, light and premium materials. Fast quad core Tegra 3. USB Host, runs ICS.
May not get Jelly Bean update (lack of Flash support); Proprietary charger; Unimpressive screen on Excite 10.
High price for features.
A bit pricey, Slightly inferior video capture
Unwieldy power connector; Sluggish camera takes grainy photos; Below-average battery life
Bleeding around the sides of the display, Shoots terrible photos & videos
Backlight bleeding is obvious when viewing black screens on the tablet. Also, its data connection cable is unwieldy, camera performance is unimpressive, and the price is a bit too expensive compared with what's available on the market.
Display has light bleed.
By TechSmart.co.za on February 04, 2013
Toshiba certainly knows how to make solid devices, and its Excite 10 tablet - also called the AT300 - is ample testimony to this fact. The big question is, in lieu of Android Jelly Bean devices and Retina displays, can an Android 4.0 (Honeycomb)...-
By DigitalVersus on December 06, 2012
The Toshiba AT300 is a great tablet in some aspects, such as design and performance. But there are also a few issues with the finishing that seem out of place coming from a brand like Toshiba. On the upside, the Tegra 3 is tried and proven, and the...60
By Tbreak.com on December 05, 2012
The Toshiba Excite 7.7 is an excellent tablet, with my only complaint being that it is being undercut severely by the likes of the Nexus 7 and the new iPad mini. Toshiba has to drop the price by well over $100 to make the Excite 7.7 truly...80
By Wired UK on October 18, 2012
The Toshiba AT300 is a very decent tablet, with a good quality screen, speedy quad-core processor and even an okay camera, all for about the same price as the iPad 2. But next to Google's Nexus 7 tablet, which loses a couple of inches off the...80
By PC Pro on October 02, 2012
An excellent budget choice for classroom use, with enough power for even the most demanding of...83
By theregister.co.uk on September 24, 2012
The latest Toshiba tablet may not set the world on fire but the mid-range Tegra 3 chip and SD card slot make it a powerful and useful bit of kit. Available for under £300, it’s a pretty good deal and is now the obvious choice if you are after...85
By Pocket-lint on September 19, 2012
Toshiba tablets have come on in leaps and bounds. The AT100 was dreadful, the AT200 was improved, but still too expensive and not as good as everything else on the market. But with the AT300, things are looking up. This is a credible tablet, and it...70
By 3G UK on August 20, 2012
The tablet market is remarkably full – but the Toshiba AT300 does boast quad-core power and a really responsive 10.1-inch touchscreen. It’s a good choice for apps and games fans. The display is not as bright as that on rivals such as the...80
By itproportal.com on August 08, 2012
On many levels, the AT300 gives you a lot of tablet for very little money. The Tegra 3 processor does a great job of handling more demanding apps and games, and overall usability is very good. It’s lighter than the average 10.1in tablet and bar a...70
By PC Advisor on August 06, 2012
Considering you can find the AT300 online for around £310, it's good value. The ability to increase storage or simply view your photos via full-size SD card is nice, and performance is good. The screen isn't the best we've seen,...80