Summary: An external microphone won't work on the external mic jack unless you insert the plug while the tablet is powered down. Then you power up the tablet, then record your video. Then you power down, remove the mic, and power up and watch your video. It causes a momentary short when you insert the plug when the unit is powered up, which shuts down the recorder. Other than that, I like it. SD slot and USB and removeable battery are good.
Summary: Difficult to keep my son off his tablet (and my husband) only trouble we had was that the charger broke and we had to replace it ourselves as neither the seller or Toshiba was interested in helping.
Summary: What IS the negative fuss raised about this tablet by the reviewing "experts"? I have had my Tosh Thrive (as it's more commonly known) for several months now and have no problem with the display quality or its build quality - and I'm CERTAINLY not bothered that it weighs a little bit more than an iPad or any other sort of tablet!
Summary: Had done the usual 2 months of weighing up between i-pad and android and then which one to buy. I had nailed it down to this and one Asus tablet and when I priced the accessories needed as well, the Toshiba came out tops. It beats the i-Pad by having the add ons such as usb,hdmi and SD card which enable you to get round any storage issues.
Summary: I bought the Toshiba Tablet for my wife as a christmas present given it had been dramatically reduced in price. Reviews elsewhere suggested one problem was its weight as compared to the Samsung or Apple tablet but this was never going to be a problem as the tablet would never leave the house. Other so called egatives related to things which the majority of us will never probably need. Thankfully, my wife loves it and I probably use it just as much.
Summary: It was a toss up between the Toshiba, Ipad, or Samsung. Being Apple averse, it was easy to rule that one out - particularly in view of the huge price differential. Then I read somewhere that the Toshiba and Samsung 10.1 share the same guts, and with the Toshiba £100 cheaper - no contest. For what I use it for, browsing and emails, the Toshiba is really good. No complaints at all.
Summary: This tablet is every bit as good as other Android based tablets and also has the benefit of full sized USB, HDMI and SD Card slots. Feels nice in the hand with a rubberised finish to. Everything is working smoothly so far. Great for surfing and checking emails and listening to music and the battery seems to last a fair while about 9 hours.
Summary: I had said to myself that I wouldn't buy a Tablet, but after playing about with one in a local store I immediately saw why they are nice to have and eventually went for this Toshiba AT100-100. First off I'm not an experienced Android user but I know my way around others Opertaing Systems, i.e. Ubuntu and Puppy Linux and most variants of Windows. Therefore I'll give you my opinions of the operating system as a new Android user and more importantly the tablet itself.