Summary: This tablet runs anything and can be picked up for under $200.00. This thing is so much quicker than my Galaxy Tab and Nexus. It really feels like a higher end tablet. Weight is not bad and it has a vibration function.
Summary: My ICT technician recommended this tablet to me. (I didn't even know I wanted or needed one!). As always, I researched it ad nauseum and was a little worried by some reviewers' comments about tight and poorly designed usb ports.
Summary: I bought this (to replace a full size laptop) from Amazon Marketplace in January after a few weeks research. I wanted a quad core machine running Ice cream sandwich or Jelly Bean, and while the Nexus 7 is probably the outright best buy, I wanted a larger screen.
Summary: To be honest I have only owned this tablet for a few days and my knowledge, sadly, is not up to the level of many of the reviewers, however, having created a list of 'requirements' about what I wanted the tablet to do for me, this one ticked all the boxes.
Summary: looked at all the rest of the tablet and spoke to people that had them, they all have complaints about something. veiwed this tablet and evan for my wife that is not so teckno minded very easy to use download apps free or pay for, adding favs from the internet to store and remember sites.
Summary: The Toshiba AT300 is a sensible choice for anyone wanting an easy to use and credible alternative to the ubiquitous iPad. It is much faster, when booting up, than most laptops and the on screen keyboard is much easier to use than I thought, having used the fiddly one on most smart phones!