Superb 1280-by-800-pixel display.
Sharp high res display.
Great size/comfortable in the hand.
Brilliant screen with high pixel density.
Light and comfortable to hold
Charges over USB.
Inaccurate touch input.
Disappointing battery life.
Not much sets it apart from other 7" tablets.
Thicker and heavier than most.
Lost all of its fullsized ports.
No more removable back cover and interchangeable batteries.
Few specialty apps or interface enhancements, Poor sound quality
By G4tv.com on February 09, 2012
Video Review: The 7" Thrive tablet from Toshiba comes with a 1.2 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, Android's 3.2 Honeycomb platform, dual cameras and more for only $379. Matt Mira and Kevin Pereira rate the device for Gadget...100
By liliputing.com on February 06, 2012
The Toshiba Thrive 7 is a reasonably good tablet with very nice display, a decent processor, and the ability to run a wide range of Android apps. It’s more portable than the larger 10 inch tablets that have flooded the market over the last year...-
By Trusted Reviews on January 16, 2012
Tegra 2 1GHz CPU; 1GB RAM; 16GB internal memory; Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS; 7in 1,280 x 800 pixel screen Toshiba showed-off the 7in version of its Thrive tablet at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The 10in version hardly made an impact following its US...-
By CRN on January 03, 2012
The market's track record with 7-inch tablets is rather thin to this point, and has been met with scattered success. But with the competition for 10-inch tablets becoming a battle between, really, Apple, Samsung in the distance and then everyone...-
By HotHardware on December 29, 2011
Performance Analysis: Performance-wise, Toshiba's new Thrive 7 tablet is generally as fast as any other Tegra 2-powered Honeycomb tablet out there right now, though it did pace slightly slower than the other Tegra 2 slates and the Galaxy Tab 7.0...-
By Engadget on December 27, 2011
Toshiba Thrive reviewToshiba announces 7-inch Thrive tablet, we go hands-onSamsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus reviewIt's hard to say where the Thrive 7" fits in, or if it belongs at all. On the one hand, it's $130 to $180 more expensive than budget...-
By PC Mag on December 27, 2011
The Toshiba Thrive 7 is an average tablet with a great screen, but its poor battery life and lack of compelling features make it hard to justify choosing it over some of the better 7-inch tablets out there....60
By The Verge on December 23, 2011
Mini Thrive. That's what Toshiba should have called the 7-inch Thrive, since it truly looks like a shrunken version of the original. Everything from the ribbed back to the chrome surrounding the cameras (and down to the flimsy port flap) is a carbon...51
By MobileTechReview on December 20, 2011
The Toshiba Thrive 7 is a solid but not standout 7" Android tablet. It relies on 2011's standard 1GHz Tegra 2 CPU for good but not breathtaking performance, and it has a rugged and comfortable design. We wish it had a full size USB port and a...60
By Android Police on December 17, 2011
The Thrive 7 is a big improvement over Toshiba's first attempt at a Honeycomb tablet, but it still feels like it just isn't quite there. The somewhat dated processor, poor battery life, and $380 price point are some substantial cons to overlook...-