Excerpt: Toshiba AT200 is a super-thin Android Honeycomb tablet with a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen. In addition, it also rocks a 1.2-GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, HDMI out, Wi-Fi connectivity, 5-megapixel camera on the back, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 64GB of built-in storage and a memory card slot.
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Summary: The Toshiba AT200 is an extremely slim and lightweight Android tablet that's sadly let down by build quality issues, outdated software and an unimpressive screen. It doesn't offer much above other Android tablets and is certainly no match for the iPad.
Cons: unimpressive build quality; not enough power for high-performance tasks; poor camera; underwhelming screen.
Toshiba Regza AT200 – thinnest and lightest tablet to date
24 March 2012
Conclusion: Not your all-around tablet – that’s what we think of Toshiba Regza AT200. Too many relevant specs and hardware were traded off for its thin and lightweight design. Selling $530 for a 16GB model, it’s better that you opt for Samsung, Asus, or Acer tablets with the same size. And while you’re at it, throw in the new iPad in your list of tablets to consider.
Toshiba AT200 – not the Handibook you were expecting – specs review
29 September 2011
Conclusion: Being just announced, I’d expect the Toshiba AT200 to be available by the end of the year or beginning of 2012, and although I don’t think it will be as cheap as the previous model, it will still make a great alternative to the iPad and Samsung’s offers.
Summary: This is the slimmest tablet out there at the moment – but that’s not its only standout feature. The Toshiba AT200 also features a very decent 10.1in display for browsing the web and watching films, and it has a good battery life too
Pros: Lightweight and slim; decent connectivity; 10-inch screen
Cons: Transferring media is tricky; not much in the way of thrilling software
Conclusion: The fact that the AT200 is the thinnest tablet on the market isn't enough to warrant its selection over the alternatives. It's a classic case of style over substance, in a marketplace crammed with tablets offering both. Pros: One of the most handsome Android tablets available. Cons: The old version of Android fails to impress, and there's no knowing when an Ice Cream Sandwich update will arrive.
Excerpt: Pocket-lint regulars might remember that we reviewed the Toshiba AT100 and utterly despised its cheap and nasty design and uninspired features. Happily, then, the firm has just started to sell its new and much-updated version of the tablet. The AT200, which offers new styling greatly reduced weight and dimensions and some other tweaks to boot.
Pros: Nice design, good screen, good connectivity
Cons: Toshiba still phoning it in, that horrible dock connector and power adaptor are annoying, too expensive, virtually no added value, DLNA app is a disgrace
Conclusion: The Toshiba AT200 is an impressively slender machine, but that isn’t all. The bright, colourful 10.1-inch screen is a great way to take in a movie or surf the web, and a decent battery life means you won’t have to recharge every nigh
Pros: Slim build, vibrant 10-inch display, good connectivity
Cons: Exchanging files isn’t easy, lack of exciting software