Summary: The Toshiba Excite 10 provides Tegra 3 performance and huge expandable memory potential, but is priced a bit too high compared with other tablets.
Pros: The Toshiba Excite 10 supports a huge 128GB expandable memory slot, has fast Tegra 3-induced performance, a comfortable design, and Android 4.0 capabilities.
Cons: Backlight bleeding is obvious when viewing black screens on the tablet. Also, its data connection cable is unwieldy, camera performance is unimpressive, and the price is a bit too expensive compared with what's available on the market.
Summary: In the land of tablets, thin doesn't always get the win. Although the Toshiba Excite 10 LE offers a sleek, slim design and solid performance, we couldn't look past the highly visible gridlines on the display, slow camera, and $529 price tag. For $30 less, consumers can go home with a 16GB iPad, or the ASUS Transformer Prime with its quad-core Tegra 3 CPU and Nvidia graphics. Overall, the Toshiba Excite 10 LE is simply not worth the premium.
Excerpt: The Toshiba Excite 10 LE comes into a crowded tablet market where everyone wants to take a bite out of the Apple iPad. Toshiba went with making this Android 3.0-powered tablet both lightweight and razor-thin, but the design isn't all that counts. While we liked some aspects of the Excite tablet, it is definitely lacking in several ways.
Pros: Thin & lightweight design, HDMI-out
Cons: Lacking display quality, Some application problems
Excerpt: The Toshiba Excite 10 SE is a reconfiguration of the earlier Excite 10 . Compared to the original, it has a plastic shell, no HDMI port and switches from full-sized SD card to microSD. The other notable change is the price. With Android 4.1, a Tegra 3 quad-core chipset and 1280-by-800 IPS display, both the price and feature set of the 10 SE place it in the middle of the pack for performance and value.