Toshiba Tablet (AT100) review: A 10.1in Android tablet with full sized HDMI and USB ports, and a removable battery
Good Gear Guide.au
5 August 2013
Summary: 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 that suffers from ghosting and yellow tinge issues.
Pros: Full sized HDMI and USB ports, Full SD card slot, Removable, replaceable battery
Cons: Poor screen quality, No 3G connectivity, Build quality could be improved
Excerpt: Toshiba is, as it so often is, late to the tablet game. It was late to Blu-ray, because it was pushing its own - excellent - format, HD DVD. And it has been slow on the uptake in 3D and smart TV introduction too. All of that is understandable, as it's an immensely cautious company, that likes to look before it leaps.
Pros: Light, lots of ports
Cons: Ugly, bendy plastic case, display not brilliant
Excerpt: When we first pulled the AT100 from its box, we were surprised at its size. Despite featuring a 10.1-inch screen like most of the tablets here, the wide bezel gives it a much thicker appearance.
Excerpt: A tad heavy is the first thing I notice about the Toshiba Tablet when I took it out of its packaging. Not as heavy as a notebook of course, but a fairly solid piece of gear, which is both good and bad. Good, in that it should handle the rough and tumble life of being a tablet, bad in that most users want their tablet’s to be light so it won’t tax them as they carry it around. First annoying problem I had was trying to power it up.
Excerpt: Il Toshiba Thrive ha avuto un avvio difficile sul mercato americano. Toshiba ora sta cercando di portare il dispositivo verso l'Europa con un nome diverso. Di seguito potete leggere, cosa l'AT100 è in grado di fare e come si pone rispetto alla concorrenza.
Conclusion: O Toshiba AT100 demonstra ser um tablet Android adequado. Graças ao processador Tegra 250 , o tablet é apto para cumprir com quase qualquer tarefa que seja alinhada aos tablets. Embora o tablet não atinja o topo, não há muito que falte. Gostamos particularmente do Toshiba AT100 como um tablet de entretenimento . É muito adequado para jogar jogos da Android store ou assistir vídeos em movimento. No entanto, os vídeos são muito melhores quando o é conectado à TV.