Toshiba Thrive 10 inch AT105

  • Toshiba Thrive 10 inch AT105
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The Toshiba Thrive (1,280 x 800 resolution) is available with three internal storage capacities in Wi-Fi only configurations: 8GB, 16GB and 32GB. They'll all come with a dual core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 2MP and 5MP front and rear cameras, Bluetooth 3.0+ connectivity, an SD memory card reader, HDMI and USB 2.0 support. A rather unique feature Toshiba is touting is the ability to swap batteries, unlike most other tablets. The back cover will also be removable and replaceable with other covers that Toshiba will sell in a variety of colors.

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By tabletpcreview.com on 60

The Toshiba Thrive 7-inch occupies a useful middle ground in two respects: As a 7-inch tablet, it provides a much larger screen than an Android phone, but it is much more portable and comfortable to hold than a 10-inch tablet. As a fully featured...

By The Gadgeteer on

We had a good Christmas season at our house this year, electronics wise! A combination of events from price drops and clearances to unexpected cash meant that my wife and I both ended up with a tablet. She got a white 16Mb iPad2, and I got a 32mb...

By GadgetReview on 60

If you're all about all around execution, then, at prices starting at $499, it should perform far...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Another day, another new tablet from an aspiring mobile contender. Toshiba packs many features into its Thrive, which is why we consider it the Swiss Army Knife of tablets. But how does it stack up to the competition? We run it through expert...

By GadgetNutz on

Posted in Mobile Device Reviews, PDA Reviews, ReviewsThe tug of war for devising the supreme tablets infused with the best in technologies has been seen to be getting tougher and tougher. After witnessing an array of feature-loaded tablets from...

By gottabemobile.com on

The Toshiba Thrive is a quintessential Toshiba product. Just like the company's laptops, it sacrifices some aesthetic concerns for practical ones. It's not the best-looking or thinnest tablet you'll come across, but it's one of the few that includes...

By CellPhoneQuick on

The Toshiba Thrive isn’t an inner geek tablet; it’s an outer geek tablet. It’s for those of you who want a tablet that was designed with a computer philosophy and looks the part. It’s thick, it’s rugged and it has the ports to challenge less readily...

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By Dev Hardware on

The HP TouchPad is a new entry into the tablet market that offers a breath of fresh air for those who are looking for something outside of the Apple and Google umbrella. The TouchPad is available in a 16GB version for $449.99 and a 32GB version for...

By HardwareGeeks on 100

Tools: When I first saw the Toshiba Thrive tablet at CES in Las Vegas back in January 2011, I could tell it would be a hit. It offered features that no other tablet offered. Features like a full size USB Port, HDMI port, and a SD slot, also the...

By Android Central on

Oh, Toshiba Thrive, where do you fit in this sea of tablets? Having succeeded where the Folio 100 fell short, there are still the doubters and the skeptics, brushing off your bulk as the ultimate design faux pas.Fortunately, there's more to the...

By tabletpcreview.com on 80

TabletPCReview picked the Toshiba Thrive as the tablet of choice for back to school because, in our words, ?no tablet offers a better combination of productive function and time-killing fun than the Toshiba Thrive Honeycomb tablet.? That combination of...

By Phone Arena on 70

Call it a standard we come to expect nowadays, but when a tablet is priced around the $400 mark, there are certain requirements that they need to achieve. Sadly, we can’t say that the Toshiba Thrive is “the first tablet to get it right” mainly...

By Computer Shopper on 76

Toshiba trades size and weight for extra functionality in this Honeycomb-based tablet. If you value full-size ports and a removable battery, this Android model has potential....

By HotHardware on

Performance Analysis: From a pure performance standpoint, Toshiba's new Thrive tablet handles just about anything you could currently expect to run on a tablet. It's generally as fast as any other Tegra 2-powered Honeycomb tablet out there right now....

By liliputing.com on

At a time when almost every Android tablet looks the same, Toshiba has found an unusual way to distinguish the Thrive: by making it act a bit more like an old-school Windows tablet.Windows tablets have been around for about 10 years without making a...

By Engadget on 60

Inevitably, whenever a new tablet comes out, we find ourselves asking, "Why would you choose this over everything else?" And to be honest, in a marketplace with so many forgettable options it's not always an easy question to answer. In the case of the...

By The Verge on 50

Even at $429 for the least expensive 8GB model, the Thrive isn't the cheapest Honeycomb slate in town, but it certainly looks and feels like the cheapest when you start to tote it around. Rough plastic seams, flimsy port covers and squishy, hard-to-press...

By LaptopMag on 60

The Toshiba Thrive is one of the most attractive tablets we've tested, and it offers the most flexibility with its myriad of full-size ports and removable battery--just keep in mind that this also adds to its size and weight. Regardless, the tablet's...

By Wired on 70

We’ve seen a flood of Android tablets this year, most of them largely the same.They run the same operating system, and they’re pretty close when it comes to size, weight, processing power and price. So when all the big stuff is baked, it’s the little...