Toshiba Regza AT100
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.
Full size flash port.
Full sized SD card slot.
Full sized HDMI.
Bigger size and weight.
By Pocket-lint on January 18, 2012
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...50
By NotebookCheck on November 19, 2011
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...84
By APC Magazine on October 15, 2011
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. Itâs noticeably bulky at 15.8mm thick, but it feels lighter than its...80
By Ocaholic on October 13, 2011
With the AT100 Toshiba presents a tablet PC which is quite thick and heavy compared to products from other manufacturers. Therefore you get full size USB and HDMI ports. This seems like Toshiba is trying to convince customers that their product offers...-
By Fonehome on October 06, 2011
A solid and versatile Android Honeycomb tablet, but it’s far too chunky for its own...60
By TechSmart.co.za on October 06, 2011
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...-
By T3 Magazine on October 01, 2011
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...60
By TechRadar on August 31, 2011
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...60
By PC Advisor on August 31, 2011
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...70
By Gadget Guy Australia on July 14, 2011
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...70