Toshiba Regza AT100

  • Toshiba Regza AT100
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The Toshiba Folio Tablet packs a 1024x600 capacitive multitouch display and a dual-core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip (SoC) that can pump 1080p video over the device's mini HDMI port. Other hardware includes 16GB of internal flash storage that is expandable via an SD/MMC card reader, a USB port, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and optional 3G connectivity, a 1.3- webcam, and an accelerometer. Toshiba's tablet weighs 1.67lbs and is rated for seven hours of battery life with typical use, slightly heavier and less juice than the iPad. Folio tablet runs Android 2.2.

Expert reviews and ratings

By whattabletpc.com on

The Toshiba AT100 features a high specification processor and full size USB, SD and HDMI ports, but the result is a bulkier tablet than you'd prefer. There are, however, some customers who will prefer these features in exchange for a less portable...

By uk.hardware.info on

It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you want to buy a...

By Pocket-lint on 50

The Toshiba AT100-100 isn't a complete disaster, but the build quality is a disappointment and the design is capable only of eliciting a "meh" from us. On the plus side, it works well enough and it's light, plus there's a really good selection of...

By What Mobile on

Toshiba is no stranger to Android tablets; in fact, it€s been in the game longer than Google itself. Google€s own tablet-optimised operating system, Android 3.0 €Honeycomb€, was not released until earlier this year. Like Samsung with the Galaxy Tab,...

By NotebookCheck on 84

The Toshiba AT100 proves to be a fit Android tablet. Thanks to the Tegra 250 processor, the tablet is up to pretty much every task that is in line for a tablet. Although the tablet doesn't reach the top, there's not much missing, either. We...

By APC Magazine on 80

The Toshiba AT100 has taken a different approach - forgoing any attempts at style, the 726 gram rubber backed AT100 has put its eggs in the substance basket. It’s noticeably bulky at 15.8mm thick, but it feels lighter than its appearance would...

By Ocaholic on 60

Toshibas AT100 leaves us with mixed feelings On one hand we very much like the full size USB and HDMI connectors Using which it is childrens play to attach an external hard drive or a TV to the tablet On the other hand there is the display which lacks...

By Fonehome on 60

A solid and versatile Android Honeycomb tablet, but it’s far too chunky for its own...

By TechSmart.co.za on

There’s a tsunami of tablets flowing into the SA market, and if you’re looking to purchase an Android device, your options do not truly differ that much. On the 10” side they will be running Google’s dedicated Android OS for tablets called Honeycomb,...

By T3 Magazine on 60

We couldn't work out why Toshiba decided to attack the high end tablet space with a such an average Android based device. Better is the company had lowered some of the specs and put it on the market at half the price. That said, this tablet is...

By TechRadar on 60

The Toshiba AT100 (sold as the Toshiba Thrive in the US) is the latest Tegra 2 Android tablet to come from one of the world's big tech companies.In the world of iOS and Android tablets, it's often not a question of having all of the best...

By PC Advisor on 70

If your life is solely in the cloud, and if you can't envision yourself porting over files on a USB drive, playing a video from your tablet on your TV via HDMI, viewing photos on the tablet that you just took on your digital camera, or using USB...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

Overseas, the AT100 is called the “Thrive.” In Australia, this is the name of a popular garden fertiliser, which is why it won’t be marketed locally under this moniker. Toshiba, naturally, doesn’t want any connection between its flagship tablet and...

By CNET Australia on 65

The Toshiba Tablet AT100 "Thrive" is, well, not very vibrant. It does offer options that no other Android tablet does, but the base unit has a poor display and can't store large...

By ZDNet Australia on 65

Toshiba's tablet attempt is admirable for its accessories and full-sized ports, but the base unit falls short with a poor display and the inability to store large files on the internal memory. Maybe these issues will be fixed come the 3.1 update, and...

By Good Gear Guide on 70

Toshiba's unimaginatively named "Tablet" (AT100) tries to stand out from the pack by offering a removable battery, full sized HDMI and USB ports, and a full sized SD card slot. Unfortunately, Toshiba appears to have opted for a poor quality display...

By Channel News Australia on 90

The tablet market may have slumped 34% in the last quarter but it has not stopped vendors like Toshiba launching a new 10? Android AT 100 Honeycomb tablet that offers a lot more than a hardware casing and a bog standard Google Honeycomb OS.The big...

By Smarthouse on 90

The big problem in the Android tablet market is that all of the devices are running the same Honeycomb OS, some better than others. But when it comes to hardware differentiation, brands like Toshiba are really starting to cut through with removable...

International Review By Hardware.Info on

Het is al even geleden dat we een overzichtsartikel hebben gepubliceerd van wat er op de tabletmarkt te koop is. Met de feestdagen voor de deur hebben we alle tablets die we hebben getest en die nog verkrijgbaar zijn op een rijtje gezet. Zo wordt de...

International Review By minimachines.net on

Toshiba souffre d'une légende sulfureuse autour de ses mises à jour. La marque Japonaise n'a pas bonne presse à ce niveau sur ses tablettes Android et elle en a manifestement pris conscience. Et cette mise à jour de sa tablette Tegra 2.0 sous Android 4.0...